This year’s first cumulative update is now available for Windows 10 21H2, 21H1 and later. The new update was released via Windows Update. But as always Microsoft Windows 10 KB5009543 update download links for those who want to install offline also published. Let me remind you that the offline installer can be especially useful when you have problems with Windows Update.
While KB5009543 is a security-only patch, it also includes last month’s optional cumulative updates. General improvements and bug fixes were not provided with this release because the C version was not released in December due to the holiday season.
No new content other than security was included in version B, as there was no C version or an optional cumulative update release in the past month. By the way, a security update bundles the fixes from previous months in one package. In other words, if you haven’t installed the December updates, you will still receive these fixes in today’s patch.
If you are using Windows 10 version 21H2 (November 2021 Update) you will see Build 19044.1466, 21H2 version Build 19043.1466 with same bug fixes and if you are still on 20H2 you will see Build 19042.1466 update.
Note that support for version 2004 has hereby ended. Therefore, those who want to receive new updates should upgrade to a new Windows 10 version.
Windows 10 KB5009543 Change Log
- Fixed an issue where Japanese Input Method Editors (IMEs) were not working as expected on Windows 10.
- Fixed an issue that caused text to appear garbled and the text cursor could encounter issues in applications using the multibyte character set (MBCS).
Additionally, Windows 10 Build 19044.1466 includes servicing stack updates that are responsible for Windows Updates on your system. This hotfix makes improvements to Windows Update so devices can scan and receive updates.
Source: Technopat by www.technopat.net.
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