KB4532693 CU Win 10 v1903 build 18362.657 & v1909 build 18363.657 Win Update

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  1. Try3's Avatar
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       #70

    Bree,

    Yes, there was also an article in The Independent that wrongly identified KB4532693. The article was written as though The Independent had discussed the issue directly with Microsoft but it might well have been cribbed from somewhere else instead.

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  2. Posts : 668
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       #71

    Bree said:
    It's a pity that some journalists haven't learned to read.
    While I agree that internet in full of (...), it would be nice to have clear and accurate info,
    from ms itself, this is what I get clicking on KB4524244 in my win10 pc update history:

    KB4532693 CU Win 10 v1903 build 18362.657 & v1909 build 18363.657-bs.png

    I'm not sure what it have to do with KB4524244 , no wonder if people then rely on
    uneducated journalists trying to make sense of this
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  3. Try3's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 20H2 Build 19042.928
       #72

    roy111 said:
    ... this is what I get clicking on KB4524244 in my win10 pc update history:

    KB4532693 CU Win 10 v1903 build 18362.657 & v1909 build 18363.657-bs.png

    ...
    Roy,

    Just as a comparison, I checked mine and it goes, correctly, to the KB4524244 info page. When yours goes to the wrong page, what internet address is shown?

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  4. Posts : 668
    Win 10 pro
       #73

    This address:

    Code:
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4504418/servicing-stack-update-kb4504418
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  5. Bree's Avatar
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       #74

    Try3 said:
    Just as a comparison, I checked mine and it goes, correctly, to the KB4524244 info page. When yours goes to the wrong page, what internet address is shown?
    Mine goes to the same page as Roy sees, it's KB4504418 with a url of:
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/4504418/servicing-stack-update-kb4504418

    It's probably relevant that I have uninstalled KB4524244. Have you?
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  6. Posts : 668
    Win 10 pro
       #75

    Bree said:
    Mine goes to the same page as Roy sees, it's KB4504418 with a url of:
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/4504418/servicing-stack-update-kb4504418


    It's probably relevant that I have uninstalled KB4524244. Have you?
    I have not, I've not seen any problem with it, so far ... (beside wrong info), and I thought it actually was not wise to uninstall it given the very serius bitlocker problems it claims to resolve... then reading this and other posts I realized it has nothing to do with bitlocker and honestly I don't know what it's supposed to do,should I uninstall it?
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  7. Try3's Avatar
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       #76

    Bree said:
    It's probably relevant that I have uninstalled KB4524244. Have you?
    No, I have left mine on.

    Denis
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  8. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #77

    Just a side note to all this. If you have done any cleanup, i.e. Dism.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup /ResetBase, it cannot be uninstalled. But, since I had done a cleanup, I did an in-place repair and all is ok now. No trace of KB4524244 anywhere.
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  9. Bree's Avatar
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       #78

    I routinely use 'Disk Clean up - clean up system files' immediately after any windows updates. I believe that this is exactly the same as using 'Dism /online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup' (but without the /ResetBase switch).

    I could still uninstall KB4524244 after that. It's ResetBase that will make all previously installed updates permanent.
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  10. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    Multi-boot Windows 10 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
       #79

    Bree said:
    I routinely use 'Disk Clean up - clean up system files' immediately after any windows updates. I believe that this is exactly the same as using 'Dism /online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup' (but without the /ResetBase switch).

    I could still uninstall KB4524244 after that. It's ResetBase that will make all previously installed updates permanent.
    Exactly.
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