Microsoft Releases Cummulative Update in Windows 10


Microsoft Releases Cummulative Update in Windows 10

Microsoft has now released their latest update through Windows 10 KB5025221, which has now received the latest update support which is included in the April 2023 Cummulative Update. This update presents several types of bug fixes, Wednesday (12/04).

Microsoft has now released Windows 10 KB5025221 which is part of the Cummulative Update in April 2023, after yesterday they have released specifically for March, now Windows 11 and Windows 10 users also get it.

Windows 10 KB5025221 brings several improvements that are not less important, for example with improved security systems that can be downloaded and installed through Windows Update. Users don't even need to follow a few steps for Tweaks because they just need to download it and install it as usual.

According to a report from Windows Latest, one of the other fixes released by Microsoft through Windows 10 KB5025221 is a support fix that causes USB performance not to run smoothly to systems that fail to detect USB for multimedia purposes such as printers.

"Windows 10 KB5025221 is a security update, which means it will download and install automatically unless you've changed the Windows Update settings. It is worth noting that these 'security' updates do not contain exciting tweaks, so don't expect any significant improvements in this release. Microsoft officials confirmed a critical change in Windows 10's April 2023 Update is related to printing functionality. The patch has fixed an issue that affects USB-based. The system accidentally detects USB printers as multimedia devices, which can be confusing as printers are not multimedia devices even though they are not."

In addition, Microsoft also provides a list of what changelogs are presented in Windows 10, including the following:

  • A bug affecting Desired State Configuration has been resolved in the update. This caused the system to lose access to previously configured options.
  • Another bug has been fixed where users face compatibility issues when using printers that rely on Windows Graphical Device Interface (GDI).
  • Microsoft has also patched issues with SCEP where the certificate installations failed.
  • In some instances, Windows broke Fast Identity Online 2.0 (FIDO2) integration. As a result, the PIN credential icon failed to appear on the credentials screen.
  • Microsoft has made several improvements to Windows 11’s WinAppSDK to help apps that use Windows UI Library. For example, printing should now work for these apps.
  • Microsoft is patching issues with the SharedPC account manager, allowing the feature to delete accounts.
  • Lastly, a bug where lsass.exe would not respond has been resolved. This bug could have affected Windows logins as the feature sent a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) query to a domain controller.