Windows 10 Build 17763.379 is now available, download offline installers

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Windows 10 March update
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March 2019 cumulative updates are out with a bunch of fixes and
improvements aimed at Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version
1809). Direct download links for Windows 10 KB4489899 are
also live on Microsoft Update Catalog.

After installing today’s update on your device, the system will
advance to Windows 10 Build 17763.379 and it addresses issues
associated with the gaming performance. Last week, Microsoft
confirmed that Windows 10’s March 1st 2019 update hampered
performance in certain games.

According to reports from social media platforms, users
experienced problems when playing certain games. For instance,
a group of users reported issues when working with the mouse
inside games and frame rates were also reduced. Today’s update
has finally addressed all the gaming issues and you can update
the PC by navigating to the Settings app.

KB4489899 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4489899 Direct Download Links: 32-bit (x86) and
64-bit.

KB4489899 Windows 10 Build 17763.379 Full Changelog

Microsoft says this update has addressed a bug where graphics
and mouse performance degraded when playing certain games. The
update also addresses an issue with Microsoft HoloLens where
the tracking and device calibration were affected for some
users.

  • Microsoft says the update has also fixed an issue that may
    cause users to receive “Error 1309” when
    installing/uninstalling certain types of MSI and MSP files.
  • General bug fixes and improvements.

It also includes security updates for Windows Kernel, Microsoft
Edge, Internet Explorer, Windows Datacenter
Networking, Microsoft Scripting Engine, Windows
Storage and Filesystems, Windows Server, Microsoft JET Database
Engine, Windows Wireless Networking, Windows Linux,
Windows Shell, Windows App Platform and Frameworks, Windows
Kernel-Mode Drivers, Windows Hyper-V, and Windows Fundamentals.

Windows Updates

Recently, Microsoft quietly published a support document to
announce that
Windows 10 will be able to automatically block and uninstall
the updates that could lead to potential problems on the
device.

In some cases, Windows Updates could cause multiple issues
on PCs with certain configurations and devices are pushed
to BSOD or reboot loop. The support document details a new
approach where Windows 10 will detect a failed update on its
own and remove the update automatically to address the
problems.

Microsoft says that updates can be removed only when all other
automatic recovery attempts are unsuccessful. After 30 days of
testing with partners, the same update could be pushed again
when the device is compatible.

It’s not known when this feature will be deployed to Windows 10
devices.



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