It’s Patch Tuesday and a new batch of the cumulative update for
Windows 10 version 2004 is available. As usual, Microsoft has
already published the direct download links for Windows 10
KB4571756 offline installers, so you can install the patch
manually if you’ve issues with Windows Update itself.
Windows 10 KB4571756 is a Patch Tuesday release and it comes
with a long list of fixes if you skipped the optional update.
Patch Tuesday releases are the mandatory updates that your
device downloads and installs automatically every month unless
you pause the updates temporarily.
After applying September 2020 Update, your system will advance
to Windows 10 Build 19041.508 (version 2004).
Unlike feature updates, cumulative updates do not include new
features, significant improvements, or visual. Windows 10 Build
19041.508 is supposed to fix bugs issues with SSD defragger,
File Explorer, and more.
Download Links for Windows 10 KB4571756
Windows 10 KB4571756 Direct Download Links: 64-bit and
Windows 10 KB4571756 (Build 19041.508) Full Changelog
The Patch Tuesday fixes an issue that prevents ActiveX content
(deprecated software framework) from loading on some
configurations. We’re also getting fixes for issues where your
fonts may go missing or apps might stop working if they
use custom text wrapping function.
For consumers, Microsoft says it also resolved an odd bug that
prevents users from changing or customizing the size of a
window, such as Google Chrome, Edge, or UWP apps in some cases.
Likewise, another bug has been fixed that creates an extra
blurry effect on the login page.
Build 19041.508 for Windows 10 will also issue with the touch
keyboard, File Explorer, Windows Hello, and performance issues
where apps may take a long time to open.
With this update, Microsoft has again made improvements to the
tablet experience for convertible or hybrid devices.
If you see more widely spaced icons on the taskbar or File
Explorer adjusted to leave more white space and gaps between
icons, make sure that you disable the tablet mode optimizations
in the Settings app.
SSD defragger (Drive Optimize tool) problem
This update finally resolves a bug affecting the built-in
“Optimize Drives” tool that could be damaging your solid-state
drives (SSDs) by defragging the drives on every reboot.
By design, Windows 10 is supposed to defrag and optimize your
SSDs once a month, but after May 2020 Update, optimization tool
has been failing to record the last time it had optimized your
As a result, Windows 10 was defragging and optimizing your SSD
drives on every reboot which is far more frequently than it