Windows Updates

The second January 2019 cumulative update is rolling out to Windows 10 version 1803 with tons of fixes. Direct download links for Windows 10 KB4480976 are also live and you can grab them from Microsoft.

Windows 10 KB4480976 includes non-security improvements and fixes aimed at April 2018 Update devices. The update shows up as Windows 10 Build 17134.556. To make sure your PC is up to date, head over to Settings > Windows Update and tap on Check for updates button.

The Patch Tuesday updates which were released on January 8, 2019, included fixes for security vulnerabilities in Windows 10 and OS components. Today’s update, on the other hand, focuses on non-security improvements. There are a bunch of general fixes and refinements this time.

If your PC is on Windows 10 October 2018 Update, you will not see the Build 17134.556. You can check the software version in Settings > About. If the version is 1803, you’ll receive a new update today.

KB4480976 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4480976 Direct Download Links: 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit.

KB4480976 Windows 10 17134.556 Full Changelog

According to the official changelog, this update fixes issues in Microsoft Edge where the browser could fail to trigger the focusin event if the focus event listener of an element shifts the focus to another element.

The update also includes a fix for an issue that might have prevented the system from sharing and timeline features and roaming settings in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages.

Microsoft says it has fixed an issue that prevented from apps from rendering the built-in Help window correctly.

Similar changes could be pushed to Windows 10 October 2018 Update devices soon. It’s worth noting that the software giant is already testing the second cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1809 and it could be released later this month.

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