For those still using Windows 10 version 1903 and version 1909,
a new cumulative update is now available. Unsurprisingly, the
tech giant has again published the direct download links for
Windows 10 KB4586786 offline installers, so you can easily get
your device up-to-date.
Windows 10 KB4586786 is a security-centric update, so it comes
with security fixes only and there are no new major features.
Microsoft has confirmed that the update will be downloaded
automatically, but the installation depends on the active hour
settings configured by you.
November patch will advance systems running version 1909 to
Windows 10 Build 18363.1198. For those using version 1903,
they’ll be getting Build 18362.1198 instead and the changelog
applies to both.
If you’re on version 20H2 or 2004,
Microsoft is rolling out a different update with Build
Download Links for Windows 10 KB4586786
Windows 10 KB4586786 Direct Download Links: 64-bit and
Windows 10 KB4586786 (Build 18363.1198) Full Changelog
This patch comes with one new feature that will allow you to
check the changelog of a feature update directly from Settings
> Update & Security > Windows Update.
Microsoft says it has resolved an issue where Xbox Game pass
subscription won’t work properly and users will get errors when
Microsoft has also resolved one critical issue that causes the
screen to flash constantly. It’s unclear what caused screen
flashes, but Microsoft is promising that it won’t happen again
if you apply November update.
Windows 10 Build 18363.1198 fixes one annoying problem that
causes printer or to disappear. When this happens, you won’t be
able to use your USB printer when the device is turned off and
Windows 10 KB4586786 also addresses an issue that prevents
users from accessing Windows Update and Microsoft Store over
End of support looms
Microsoft has already confirmed that it is ending support for
Windows 10 version 1903, also known as May 2019 Update.
Windows 10 1903 was a big release with numerous new features,
such as Windows Sandbox and new search experience. However, it
was plagued by problems and Microsoft delayed it for months.
If you’re still using it for whatever reason, it’s time to move
on and upgrade to the latest version, such as Windows 10
Microsoft will end support for Windows 10 version 1903 in
December, according to a support bulletin published earlier
Next month, Microsoft will also begin the process of poking
those still running the Windows 10 version 1903 into upgrading
to the November 2019 Update (version 1909).
If you don’t update your device manually,
Microsoft says it will forcefully upgrade your machine. For
those using version 1909, Microsoft says they’ll be upgraded to
version 2004 automatically next year.