Windows 11 KB5010386 released with a speed boost and more

Windows 11 KB5010386

Windows 11 KB5010386 is now rolling out to users in the
production channel (not part of any beta group) and this is a
pretty big cumulative update. The company also published
Windows 11 KB5010386 offline installers and these msu
installers can be used by anyone to manually upgrade the

The Patch Tuesday update contains all fixes from the previous
optional update and it also includes security fixes. Windows 11
Patch Tuesday update resolves a bug that could make your
devices run slower. This is the case if you’ve skipped the last
optional update which was released in late January.

As you’re probably aware, Microsoft shipped Windows 11 to
millions of users with a bug that could make the write/read
speed slower. While these issues were allegedly fixed with
January 2022 cumulative update, some folks have been
complaining about drive sluggishness even after the

With Windows 11 February 2022 update, Microsoft has finally
delivered a full fix for performance issues. In the changelog,
Microsoft explained that it fixed a performance regression bug
that would occur on some configurations when you enable the
update sequence number (USN) journal.

2022-02 Cumulative Update for Windows 11 for x64-based
Systems (KB5010386)

Download Links for Windows 11 KB5010386

Windows 11 Direct Download Links: 64-bit.

Windows 11 KB5010386 (Build 22000) important changelog

  • Introduces support for help feature, which is based on
    Microsoft Bing technologies and it is used to recommend Help
    topics that are relevant for each Windows Settings page.
  • An annoying bug has been fixed where the OS displays
    outdated battery percentages for connected Bluetooth devices.
  • An issue where some image editing programs from rendering
    colours correctly on certain high dynamic range displays has
    been fixed.
  • Microsoft fixed an issue that affects the auto-hide feature
    of the Windows 11 taskbar.

As mentioned at the outset, Microsoft has fixed issues with the
USN journal, which is a feature that logs changes to files on
your drive. A bug within the USN configuration is
apparently tied to SSD performance issues and installing the
patch should make the write speeds significantly faster.

Microsoft says it also made a change that would provide a
better response under low light conditions on all the supported
devices  As per the changelog, a major issue has also
been fixed whereby HDR monitors won’t be able to fetch colour.

Another issue has been fixed where the operating system’s audio
service would stop responding on some configurations. Likewise,
Microsoft has patched an issue where the app’s icon will appear
on the taskbar when the apps are actually not running. The
company fixed a bug where the volume icon in the taskbar would
appear as muted.

Known issues

Microsoft is currently not aware of any new issues in this
release. However, it’s always possible that the Windows
Update could break your device or connected devices. In the
past, some updates have caused major issues including Blue
Screen of Death errors and problems running certain apps.

If you notice issues after deploying the update, you’ll be able
to uninstall the update and roll back your device to its
previous state by following these steps:

  1. Open ‘Settings’.
  2. From the ‘Windows Settings’ page, open updates & security
  3. Find ‘View update history’ page.
  4. Locate the package and click on uninstall button.

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