Windows 10 May 2019 Update receives a new patch ahead of launch

Microsoft has released a new cumulative update for Windows 10
May 2019 Update ahead of the public launch later this month.
Microsoft has also released updates for supported versions of
Windows 10 with similar fixes and improvements.

In the changelog, Microsoft wrote that the new update for
Windows addresses a bug that broke down some of UK government
websites in Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge. It’s worth
noting that users outside the United Kingdom will also receive
the patch on Windows 10 May 2019 Update.

Build 18362.116 also addresses an issue in which
installation may fail with the error, “0x800f081f –
CBS_E_SOURCE_MISSING.” Windows 10 version 1903 still has one
known issue where users may experience error 0x800705b4 with
Windows Defender Application Guard and Windows Sandbox.

May 2019 Update around the corners

Microsoft is on the brink of finishing work on the Windows 10
version 1903. The company originally said that the update
would kick-off at some point in late May, and it appears
that it could launch in a few days if no new problems are
discovered.

We might see the next big update arrive later this week or
early next week, as the month ends in 10 days.

May 2019 Update introduces Sandbox, a new light theme, improved
Focus Assist, and much more. Unlike previous versions of
Windows 10, the May 2019 Update comes with quality improvements
and tons of bug fixes.

Windows 10 19H1 has also
improved the performance and various problems have been
addressed.

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