Windows 10 KB4512941

The August 2019 optional update is now available for Windows 10 version 1903 PCs with important fixes. Windows 10 Build 18362.329 has been published via Windows Update and direct download links for Windows 10 KB4512941 offline installers are also available.

Windows 10 KB4512941 is a big update with several much-needed improvements and fixes. After installing KB4512941, Windows 10 will bump to Build 18362.329 and version number will remain unchanged.

Windows 10 Build 18362.329 is an optional cumulative update and you will see a new ‘Download and install now’ button when you click ‘Check for Updates’. The button started appearing on Windows 10 devices in May and it has been designed to give you a choice to install optional updates, even if you accidentally clicked ‘Check for Updates’.

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Windows 10 KB4512941 (Build 18362.329) Full Changelog

Windows 10 May 2019 Update shipped with Windows Sandbox, a very useful feature that allows users to create a temporary desktop environment where they can safely test untrusted software and files, including malicious programs.

Windows Sandbox has been broken on PCs with more than one language pack installed and the firm acknowledged it in May 2019. With today’s optional cumulative update, Microsoft has fixed Sandbox and it should no longer crash with error 0x80070002.

Windows 10 Build 18362.329 finally fixes a bug where some games cannot leveraging spatial audio technology, which creates a realistic behaviour of the sound and offers immersive gaming experience.

The company has fixed a bug where the system will fail to provide cursor if a text input element is selected using touch.

A bug has been fixed that prevented Windows Defender (soon Microsoft Defender) ATP from running automated forensic data collection if the system has the registry-based proxy configuration. Several other issues with Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) have been resolved in this release.

It’s also worth noting that the update ships with a new change that should improve the detection accuracy of Microsoft Defender ATP Threat & Vulnerability Management.

The update also fixes a bug that may have caused a black screen when establishing a Remote Desktop connection to devices with Windows 10 version 1903.

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