KB5019275 for Windows 10 is rolling out today, packed with fixes

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  • Windows 10 users also got their hands on a brand new cumulative update for the OS today.
  • Among others, an issue with printing in landscape mode in Microsoft Edge has been fixed.
  • You can now see alerts for OneDrive subscribers on the Systems page in the Settings app.

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You should know that not only Windows 11 Insiders got their hands on new cumulative updates today, as it seems that Microsoft hasn’t forgotten about Windows 10 users.

Speaking of Windows 11, make sure you check out build 25281 (Dev), and KB5022363 (Beta), to get a better understanding of what is happening with this OS.

Also, circling back to Windows 10, keep in mind that this is the last month in which you can buy an official Windows 10 license from Microsoft.

The company stated that it will stop selling them after January 2023, which means you can only get licensed copies from retailers that still have them in stock.

Now, let’s finally have a look at this new update, KB5019275 for Windows 10, and what it brings to the table.

What should I know about Windows 10 KB5019275?

Earlier today, Microsoft released the latest cumulative update for Windows 10 (KB5019275) with builds 19042.2546, 19043.2546, 19044.2546, and 19045.2546.

This new update fixes an annoying bug that can cause the News and Interests feature on the Taskbar to flicker or cause File Explorer to be unresponsive.

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Please note that Microsoft has stated that there will be no more optional non-security updates for Windows 10, versions 20H2 and 21H2 after March 2023.

After March 2023, there are no more optional, non-security preview releases for the supported editions of Windows 10, version 20H2 and Windows 10, version 21H2. Only cumulative monthly security updates (known as the “B” or Update Tuesday release) will continue for these versions. Windows 10, version 22H2 will continue to receive security and optional releases.

We’re only looking at two significant changes for the popular OS and a lot of fixes that were surely long overdue.

In terms of changes, KB5019275 displays storage alerts for Microsoft OneDrive subscribers on the Systems page in the Settings app.

Furthermore, the alerts appear when you are close to your storage limit. You can also manage your storage and purchase additional storage if needed.

This update also addresses an issue that might affect news and interests. It might flicker on the taskbar and File Explorer might stop responding.


  • This update addresses an issue that affects cached Fast Identity Online 2.0 (FIDO2) authentication data. The first attempt to sign in fails. The second attempt to sign in succeeds.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects searchindexer.exe. It randomly stops you from signing in or signing out.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects conhost.exe. It stopsresponding.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects the Domain Name System (DNS) suffix search list. When you configure it, the parent domain might be missing.
  • This update adds support for long URL lengths of up to 8196 characters.
  • This update addresses an issue that might occur when the Input Method Editor (IME) is active. Applications might stop responding when you use the mouse and keyboard at the same time.
  • This update addresses an issue that occurs when you open Task View. It causes the desktop to stop responding.
  • This update addresses an issue that damages memory. The issue occurs when you use certain HD audio controller hardware.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects MSInfo.exe. It reports the wrong enforcement status of the Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC) user mode policy.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects certain systems that have firmware Trusted Platform Modules. (TPM). This issue stops you from using AutoPilot to set up those systems.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects printing in landscape mode in Microsoft Edge. The print output is incorrect. This issue occurs when you use Microsoft Defender Application Guard.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects the Resilient File System (ReFS) MSba tag. The issue causes a nonpaged pool leak.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects the Resilient File System (ReFS). The issue causes high nonpaged pool usage, which depletes system memory.
  • This update changes how you enable the Windows diagnostic data processor configuration in preparation for EU Data Boundary support. To learn more, see Enable Windows diagnostic data processor configuration.

Known issues

  • Devices with Windows installations created from custom offline media or custom ISO image might have Microsoft Edge Legacy removed by this update, but not automatically replaced by the new Microsoft Edge. This issue is only encountered when custom offline media or ISO images are created by slipstreaming this update into the image without having first installed the standalone servicing stack update (SSU) released March 29, 2021 or later.

We know you are also probably wondering with versions of Windows 10 will get the update,so we’re going to share that right now.

The new update is available on:

  • Windows 10 Enterprise Multi-Session, version 20H2
  • Windows 10 Enterprise and Education, version 20H2
  • Windows 10 IoT Enterprise, version 20H2
  • Windows 10 on Surface Hub Windows 10, version 21H1, all editions
  • Windows 10, version 21H2, all editions
  • Windows 10, version 22H2, all editions

Leave a comment below if you have discovered any other issues after downloading and installing this recent cumulative update for Windows 10.

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