KB4517210 released to address Windows 10 v1903 compatibility woes

Windows Update page

Windows 10 version 1903 (May 2019 Update) is officially ready
for mass development and Microsoft is now rolling out a new
compatibility update to address issues with third-party

Windows 10 KB4517210 is rolling out to some PCs via Windows
Update and it installs automatically on PCs that haven’t been
upgraded to May 2019 Update. It could also install on Windows
10 version 1903 PCs to ease the installation experience of
future monthly patches and feature releases.

Microsoft says
KB4517210 for Windows 10 comes with the following fixes:

  • Microsoft has included a fix for third-party drivers to
    avoid upgrade blockade and other problems when you install a
    Windows update.
  • An issue has been fixed where Windows will generate
    additional ESD file by redownloading it during upgrades. This
    change could free up your space and reduce internet
  • Microsoft has also resolved a bug that may have caused a
    black screen when you create a new virtual machine (VM).

Compatibility and reliability updates are generally shipped
once in a while to resolve issues preventing the installation
of Windows 10 updates.

Windows Update is supposed to automatically detect and install
this patching without hindering the system and apps. It’s worth
noting that you cannot force the installation of compatibility
update on your PC.

Windows 10 May 2019 Update is safe to install

As long as you don’t have a Surface Book 2 with dGPU and your
drivers are up-to-date, you can consider installing Windows 10
May 2019 Update.

In a new announcement, Microsoft recommends customers to update
their devices and warns those who are still stuck with April
2018 Update to install the update as soon as possible.

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