Windows 10: there is KB4577063 for the May 2020 Update

Windows 10: there is KB4577063 for the May 2020 Update
There are still a couple of weeks before Patch Tuesday in October arrives (hopefully less laundry than the previous one), but today we report the release of a new cumulative update from Microsoft: the KB4577063 package is intended for devices with Windows operating system 10 that have already installed the May 2020 Update rolling out since last spring.

Windows 10 cumulative update KB4577063

Brings the platform to build 19041.546 and includes a long list of bugfix. Some of those contained in the full-bodied changelog concern a problem found in the Internet Explorer mode of the new Edge browser, a bug that prevented the language bar from being displayed correctly and another that resulted in non-facial recognition via Hello using certain webcams. Also reduced distortions generated when playing content in Mixed Reality viewers such as HoloLens.

The download and installation process of the update can be started simply by opening Windows Update on computers and devices with Windows 10 that already have the May 2020 Update.

At the gates there is also 20H2, as already written on several occasions, more a service pack than a real full-bodied update. It will make its debut in about a month. Then, starting in 2021, Microsoft could choose to review its roadmap by distributing only one major update per year as assumed in early September.

Source: Microsoft
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