[German]A few hours ago Microsoft released the updates KB4501375, KB4504360 and KB4506933 for Windows 10. Among other things, a bug fix for the crash of the Event Viewer in Windows 10 V1903 is tested.
Currently there is no information available what these updates are supposed to fix. I saw a mention at German site deskmodder.de.
Update KB4501375 for Windows 10 V1903
The cumulative update KB4501375 for Windows 10 V1903 is only available for users whose Windows 10 Version 1903 system is registered in the release preview ring of the Windows Insider Preview program. Users must check Windows Update for updates to receive the package (see also).
The update is not available for download in the Microsoft Update Catalog. But in the Tens-forum there is this thread with links to download the CAB files.
After the installation of KB4501375 the OS build is increased to 18362.207. Since the update is only offered to testers, a changelog is not yet available, and more information about what it fixes is expected to be released when the public rollout to production devices begins.
However, this update addresses the Event Viewer bug introduced with June 2019 updates, because Windows 10 Version 1903 has not yet received an update (see Tip: PowerShell workarounds for June bug in Windows Event Viewer). All other Windows versions, however, have already received an update to fix the problem.
Regarding issues, I found this post where the update does not want to install.
Servicing Stack Update (SSU) KB4506933
Along with the update KB4501375 for Windows 10 V1903, Microsoft has also released the Servicing Stack Update (SSU) KB4506933. This SSU must be installed before installing the KB4501375 cumulative update. There are some fixes on the update client. The colleagues from deskmodder.de provide a download address for the update here.
Dynamic Update KB4504360
According to German site deskmodder.de update KB4504360 is a dynamic update. It can be dynamically downloaded from the Internet during the setup (new installation or reset) of Windows 10 Version 1903. The aim of the update is to correct errors during setup.
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