Microsoft has updated Windows 10 – what’s new and what’s left broken

Microsoft has released an important update for Windows 10 as part of its traditional monthly “Patch Tuesday” update.


The update, numbered KB5013942, is for supported versions of Windows 10 – 21H1 and 21H2, and also becomes the latest update for Windows 10 version 20H2, whose support has been discontinued since yesterday. It makes security improvements as well as a number of fixes for known bugs and issues.

In particular, an issue that caused Internet Explorer to stop working when copying and pasting text has been resolved. A critical bug which caused some users to get a black screen when logging in and out of the system has been fixed. Also, problems with OneDrive and news in the taskbar.

In addition, Microsoft pointed out what known issues are still present in this release. Among them are the problem when installing from physical media or ISO images, when the outdated version of Microsoft Edge is uninstalled and the modern version of Microsoft Edge does not install, and the problem with installing fresh OS updates.

Since these are security patches, the update has mandatory status, which will be installed on the PC automatically. Users can only delay the installation by a week or two. Attempting to delay security updates several times may result in a forced installation of the patch, depending on your Windows Update (Windows Update Center) settings.

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