Cumulative updates - August 11th 2020

This is a summary of the cumulative updates released on August 11th for all the supported consumer releases of Windows 10.

  1. Windows 10 2004 -KB4566782 Build 19041.450
  2. Windows 10 1903 and 1909 - KB4565351, Build 18362.1016 and 18363.1016
  3. Windows 10 1809- KB4565349, OS Build 17763.1397

Direct Download links

  • KB4566782 32-bit update can be downloaded using this link and 64-bit can be downloaded from this link.
  • KB4565351 32-bit link is here and the 64-bit link is here.
  • KB4565349 32-bit is here and 64-bit is here

Servicing Stack Updates

It is recommended to install Servicing stack updates before installing the cumulative updates. This update makes quality improvements to the servicing stack, which is the component that installs Windows updates. Servicing stack updates (SSU) makes sure that you have a robust and reliable servicing stack so that your devices can receive and install Microsoft updates.

  • For Windows 10 2004, information about Service stack update KB4570334 is here.
  • For Windows 10 1903, information about Service stack update KB4569073 is here.
  • For Windows 10 1809, information about Servicing stack update KB4566424 is here.

Windows 10 update history

https://support.microsoft.com/en-in/help/4529964/windows-10-update-history

Windows 10 release dashboard

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/release-information/status-windows-10-2004

Windows 10 message center

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/release-information/windows-message-center#407

Follow @WindowsUpdate to find out when new content is published to the release information dashboard.


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I updated Windows 10 because of some forced update and post that all my files, documents are missing from desktop and elsewhere. I could just find some random files in recycle bin! help needed ASAP

As I posted earlier:

Normal advice for a temp profile is to restart 4 times before doing anything else.

At the sign-in screen select Power > Restart (bottom right hand) do this 4 times before signing in as normal.

If the account is not restored the open File Explorer and expand This PC > C:\ > Users do you see a temp folder, if so you are still signed in with a temporary profile. Find the folder with the user name and look at the Document, Picture etc. folders are the files there.

If so copy the files to a safe place and not the temp profile. An external drive would be the safest, the temp profile will be removed at every shutdown.

If you cannot sign-in to your normal account then creating a new local account is the safest way forward. Once you have signed in to the new account you can switch to a Microsoft account if you wish and copy the personal files back to the new account.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/14039/windows-fix-corrupted-user-profile

I have weird internet behavior on a friends laptop, that most web sites just show a connection refused or time out, could it be related to KB4566782 ? I cant remove KB4566782  it is not listed as uninstall on that laptop, what to do?
Is there an update that will fix my Acer Spin 5? I swear these updates are garbage and making my laptop shut down for no reason.

Thank you, all. This month's updates are discussed here.

Cumulative updates - September 2020 - Microsoft Community

Sumit

Windows Insider MVP 2018-current and Moderator
Dell Inspiron 5590 - i5 10210U/12GB DDR4/ 4GB Nvidia MX230/ 512GB nvme
https://www.yourwindowsguide.com

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