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Just two weeks have passed since the last Patch Tuesday, but Microsoft is already rolling out new updates to the Windows 10 October 2018 Update today. There are no new features in the package, but there are a lot of different fixes.

Today’s release brings Windows 10 to build 17763.348 and includes a wide range of solutions for various bugs. Below is a selection of the most important fixes:

  • Certain improvements that restores reduced performance due to solutions for Spectre variant 2 (CVE-2017-5715) on certain devices.
  • There was a problem that caused the Action Centre to appear on the wrong side of the screen. This problem is now solved.
  • It was sometimes the case that if you made certain changes in Microsoft Edge with Windows Ink in a PDF document and then deleted some of those changes, some of the changes would not be saved. This problem has also been solved.
  • SCM drives were marked as unknown in the server management menu; this problem should now be solved.
  • A problem with Remote Desktop access to Hyper-V Server 2019 has been solved.
  • Also performance issues related to Remote Dekstop connection and Windows Server 2019 have been solved.
  • In certain situations it was not possible to print a pdf document from a Remote Desktop session. This occurred when you were trying to save a file, but now it shouldn’t be a problem.
  • The notebook screen sometimes started flashing when Windows 10 was taken out of sleep mode. This occurred when a laptop was connected to a docking station with indirect display and is now solved.
  • There is an issue that caused the registration of USB cameras for Windows Hello not worked properly resolved.
  • A compatibility problem that caused certain MP4 content not to be played correctly has been solved.
  • For unspecified reasons, some apps may not display the help screen (F1) correctly.
  • If applications with App-V were moved to a shared platform, a user account could be locked. That should no longer go wrong now.

Do you want to know which other fixes Microsoft brings to Windows 10? Take a look at this page.

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