Yesterday, Microsoft released new Patch Tuesday cumulative updates for Windows 10 version 1903 and older versions with a number of fixes aimed at enterprises and general users.

According to Microsoft’s updated changelog, Windows 10 KB4517389 finally resolves all the printing related problems. Some users including small businesses also told us that their printers are functioning normally after applying the Patch Tuesday update.

This new cumulative update for Windows 10 also brings security improvements for Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge.

While Microsoft has managed to address the printing issues, it appears that some users are still having Start menu problems. Users have reported on Microsoft community forum and Reddit that Windows 10 KB4517389 also breaks the Start menu with a critical error, and it’s still unclear what is causing Start menu problems.

On its support documentation, Microsoft says it has not found the Search and Start menu issue significantly impacting a large number of users but the company is investigating the reports and feedback.

It’s also worth pointing out that Windows 10’s October 2019 Patch Tuesday updates are not breaking down any computers and we haven’t come across any reports of failed installs.

The post Windows 10 KB4517389 fixes printing but Start menu issues remain appeared first on Windows Latest



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