The latest Windows 10 update, KB5020438, has arrived to improve and optimize the user experience. But what exactly does this update entail? In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at the features and fixes included in KB5020438 to give you an inside scoop on how it can benefit your device. From security enhancements to performance upgrades, there’s something for everyone in this exciting new release. So put on your tech hat and get ready for a deep dive into Windows 10’s latest update!
What is KB5020438?
KB5020438 is a cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1709 and earlier versions. It includes quality improvements and security updates. In particular, this update resolves an issue where Windows 10 could unexpectedly stop responding.
If you are experiencing issues with your computer that cannot be resolved by restarting or resetting your device, you can try installing this update. If the problem persists after installing the update, please reach out to your support team for assistance.
We recommend that all customers install this update as soon as possible.
What are the changes in KB5020438?
Microsoft released a new update for Windows last week, KB5020438. This update is designed to improve the reliability and performance of the operating system. Some of the main changes in this update include: improved reliability of Narrator, better support for touchscreen devices, and enhanced security features.
One of the main benefits of this update is that it should improve reliability of Narrator. Narrator is a speech-to-text tool that allows users to interact with their computer in a more intuitive way. Because Narrator is so important, any changes that can improve its reliability are welcome.
Another change in this update is better support for touchscreen devices. Windows 10 now supports both horizontal and vertical scrolling on touchscreen devices. Additionally, you can now use your fingers to scroll through documents and web pages on your device. This is an improvement over previous versions of Windows where you had to use a mouse or stylus to scroll through content.
Another benefit of this update is that it enhances security features. One change in particular is an increase in the number of protections against cyberattacks. This includes improvements to Windows Defender Antivirus and Microsoft Security Essentials. These programs are used to protect your computer against various types of attacks, including malware, spyware, and viruses.
Is KB5020438 a security update?
KB5020438 is a security update for Windows 10 version 1809 and Windows Server 2019. This security update resolves vulnerabilities in the Microsoft Graphics Component. The most severe of these vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code in the context of the current user.
This update is also available for Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2. If you are using one of these older versions of Windows, we recommend that you install this update as soon as possible. For more information about this vulnerability, see MS17-010: A remote code execution vulnerability in the Microsoft Graphics Components allows remote attackers to exploit it via a specially crafted file.
How to get KB5020438 installed on your computer?
If you are experiencing problems with your computer, or if you just want to be sure that you have the latest software installed, you should install the Windows Update. The Windows Update can be found in the Control Panel.
To find the Windows Update, open the Control Panel and click on “Windows Update”. If you don’t see it there yet, click on “View all updates” and then wait for it to download.
Once it is downloaded, click on “Install updates”. This will open a list of available updates. Click on “Update now” to install them all at once.
If you want to install only certain updates, or if you want to see what other updates are available before you decide to install them, click on the options that appear next to each update. You can also use the search function to find a specific update.
Once an update has been selected, it will be shown in blue and a checkmark will appear next to it. To install the update, click on “Install”. If there are any problems with installing the update, a message box will appear with information about what went wrong and how to fix it.
If everything goes well, after a few minutes your computer will restart and the new software will be installed.