Windows 10 KB4566782 is now rolling out to systems with version
2004 via Windows Update. As usual, Microsoft has also published
the direct download links for Windows 10 KB4566782 offline
Patch Tuesday is the second Tuesday of the month when Microsoft
releases new updates for all supported versions with important
security fixes. Today’s update advances the computers to
Windows 10 Build 19041.450 and it comes with security fixes.
If you don’t know which build your PC is using, head to
Settings > System > About. If you see ‘version 2004’ or
‘Build 19041’, you’ll be getting Build 19041.450 and you can
download the offline installers from the links given in the
article. Or you can head to Settings and click ‘Download and
install’ to begin the process.
If you see version 1909/1903, you’ll also get a new cumulative
update with identical fixes, but a different build number. For
version 1909 or 1909, Microsoft has rolled out Build 18363.1016
you can learn more about it in this article.
Download Links for Windows 10 KB4566782
Windows 10 KB4566782 Direct Download Links: 64-bit and
Windows 10 KB4566782 (Build 19041.450) Full Changelog
Windows 10 Build 19041.450 doesn’t come with any new features,
but it does contain various fixes for May 2020 Update.
For instance, Microsoft says it has resolved an issue where the
Magnifresh crashes when you use it in Excel. Likewise, another
problem hitting Microsoft Word and Internet Explorer has been
resolved in this release.
Microsoft says it also patched an issue that might display
video streaming content darker than expected when you enable
HDR streaming for non-HDR systems.
In addition, Microsoft has resolved an issue where internet
connectivity will on systems with cellular modems. According to
Microsoft, the problems were first reported after upgrading to
Windows 10 version 2004.
Microsoft has included additional fixes for the printing
service. Users should now have no problems when printing from
HP, Canon, Brother or Ricoh printers. In addition, Microsoft
has also resolved issues with the ‘Print to PDF’ feature.
It’s worth noting that you may already have the above fixes if
you have applied Windows 10’s July optional update. For
those who have already applied the optional patch, you’ll get
- Security improvements for mouse, keyboard, or pen.
- Security improvements for basic operations.
- Security improvements for Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge
Legacy, Office products, and for storing or managing files.
- Security improvements for verifying usernames and
Microsoft is currently not aware of any known issues with this