Microsoft Launched KB4464455 For Windows 10 October 2018 Update To Fix Some Bugs

Although initially, Microsoft was happy after the staging of its most recent update, the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, little by little all that enthusiasm lowered due to the severe errors that users worldwide reported. That’s why the giant tech company had to correct those bugs with the new KB4464455. Accordingly, Microsoft launched a new Build, but only for the Windows Insider program’s members, to check out the fixing of the bugs the users detected in the last major update of the renowned operating system.

For example, the severe issue found in the Task Manager, which causes incorrect details to be displayed in the processes tab, was ruled out in the new KB4464455 update. In particular, this was a problem that Microsoft itself admitted after the launch of the Windows 10 October 2018 update for the members of the Windows Insider program. Somehow, this error reached the final release of the update.

On the other hand, the new KB4464455 update also solves a series of errors with various third-party antivirus solutions, as well as some compatibility bugs with multiple drivers, although no further details were provided in this regard. Reportedly, it also fixed a problem that, occasionally caused the IME to not work in Edge sessions, as well as a bug that made program unresponsive after waking up PCs from the sleep mode.

Microsoft released KB4464455 to fix bugs of the recent Windows 10 October 2018 Update

However, you must keep in mind that this new KB4464455 version does not bring any new features to the Microsoft’s operating system, as was to be expected, since its primary objective is to improve the performance of the software before Microsoft resumes Windows 10 October 2018 Update’s global implementation on devices around the world.

The problems with the most recent major update have not stopped. That until the giant tech company had to pause delivering the Update after the finding of a severe bug that caused the deletion of users’ personal files after installing the patch. That was unacceptable for Microsoft.

Although Microsoft has already solved this problem, for the moment, the Windows 10 October 2018 Update is still available for some of the Windows Insider program’s members, as others high-level testers are already probing the upcoming Windows 10 Redstone 6.

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