Windows 10 July update

Windows 10 Build 18362.263 could be the next cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1903. The update is currently rolling out to Insiders in Release Preview Ring and it comes with noticable improvements, including fixes for a bug when dragging emoji panel.

Build 18362.263 comes without a changelog, but some users are reporting that Microsoft has backported fixes from Windows 10 20H1 Build 18917. The fixes included in the update should go live for non-Insiders in the coming days after Microsoft evaluates feedback from the early testers.

Microsoft has fixed an issue that caused unexpected lags when dragging the emoji and dictation panels on desktop. Microsoft has also addressed a bug associated with taskbar and system will now hide the taskbar before launching the Start menu when autohide taskbar feature is enabled.

The recent Windows updates

It’s also worth noting that Microsoft released fresh updates for Windows 10 version 1803 and older earlier this week, but an update for version 1903 is pending and it should show up by next week. The second July cumulative update is expected to include quality improvements and general fixes.

The last patch (KB4507453) for May 2019 Update was released on July 9, but it included a limited number of fixes and most of the changes were aimed at enterprises.

Microsoft is also testing a Windows 10 Servicing Stack Update with Insiders and it should be pushed to the general public alongside with the patch.

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