Windows 10 July update

Microsoft is rolling out the first update of the year to all supported versions of Windows 10 including November 2019 Update. The update is out via OTA, and direct download links for Windows 10 KB4528760 offline installers are also available.

KB4528760 is a Patch Tuesday update and it advances November 2019 Update PCs to Windows 10 Build 18363.592. May 2019 Update PCs will receive Build 18362.592. As reported widely, Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday update includes fix for an “extraordinarily serious security vulnerability” affecting Windows 10 and other versions of Windows.

According to the report, the vulnerability linked to the cryptographic component has been discovered in all versions of Windows. The vulnerability, if exploited, can be used by attackers to make malware appear as a genuine app on your PC.

Microsoft says the patch is rolling out via Windows Update and it may download or install automatically if you haven’t disabled Windows Update service. Windows 10 Build 18363.592 can be downloaded from Microsoft Update catalog as well and you can find the offline installers below.

Download Links for Windows 10 KB4528760

Windows 10 KB4528760 Direct Download Links: 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit.

Windows 10 KB4528760 (Build 18363.592) Full Changelog

The update includes security fixes for Windows kernel, Microsoft Scripting Engine, Windows Server, and other components. Unfortunately, Microsoft still hasn’t acknowledged or addressed the broken File Explorer in Windows 10 version 1909.

Microsoft has rolled out several updates to Windows 10 in recent months and one of the updates released in 2019 breaks File Explorer. Many users have reported that November 2019 Update can freeze the search bar for a long period of time and it also prevents users from right-clicking or pasting text into the search bar.

While the bug has been widely reported by users on forums and social media networks, Microsoft hasn’t acknowledged it in January 2020 release notes.

It’s also worth pointing out that Microsoft has already addressed these issues in Windows 10 version 2004 preview builds. The company has also restored the right-click functionality in File Explorer’s search bar, which implies that Microsoft is at least aware of the bugs.

It’s not clear when the fixes will be released publicly and users may need to wait for another month or two.

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