Windows 10 Build 19041.388 is now available, download offline installers

Windows 10 KB4565503

The July 2020 update is rolling out to supported versions of
Windows 10. For those on version 2004, Microsoft has published
a new patch and direct download links for Windows 10 KB4565503
offline installers are also available.

Windows 10 KB4565503 bumps the system to Build 19041.388 on
devices running Microsoft’s May 2020 Update, also known as
version 2004. This is the second patch for Windows 10 version
2004 and it includes important quality improvements for
consumers and businesses.

With this Patch Tuesday release, Microsoft says that it
has resolved issues breaking down printers, OneDrive, and
another bug that forces random reboot on Windows 10.

If you are not sure which version of Windows 10 you’re running,
open Windows Search box and enter ‘winver’ to run the command.
If you see ‘version 2004’ in ‘About Windows’ dialog, your
device will be getting Build 19041.388. If you have version
1909 or 1903, you’ll receive
Build 18363.959.

Download Links for Windows 10 KB4565503

Windows 10 KB4565503 Direct Download Links: 64-bit and
32-bit (x86).

If you have Windows 10 May 2020 Update, you can grab the July
2020 Patch by heading to the Settings > Update & Security.
Build 19041.388 is also offered as a manual download and you
can get the offline installer from the given links.

Windows 10 KB4565503 (Build 19041.388) Full Changelog

Last month, Microsoft confirmed that Windows 10 version 2004
was impacted by a
glitch that broke down printers and today’s cumulative
update finally fixes the printer issue for everyone.

Previously, the hotfix for printing issue was only available
for those who need it. Starting July 14, anyone experiencing
issues with their printers should head over to Windows Update
in Settings > Update & Security and download the available
patch to get the bug fix.

Microsoft noted that the update will address an issue that may
have prevented some apps from printing documents that contain
graphics or large files.

In addition, Build 19041.388 for Windows 10 has resolved a
critical issue with the Local Security Authority Process. The
tech giant noted that the issue with LSAP process causes some
computers to randomly reboot with “your PC will automatically
restart in one minute” error warning on desktop.

Another bug that prevents users from connecting to OneDrive or
using the OneDrive app has been resolved on Windows 10 May 2020
Update. The
OneDrive problem can be incredibly frustrating as it might
prevent devices from downloading new files or opening
previously synced content.

It’s worth noting that Windows 10 May 2020 Update still
remains mysteriously blocked for some users due to unknown
safeguards. Theoretically, you should be able to get the
upgrade using Update Assistant Tool and Windows Media Creation
Tool.

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