Windows 10 users should install this update – it solves many problems
The Windows patch KB5011831 fixes some problems of your Windows 10 system. You can find all information right here.
The patch KB5011831, which was released as a preview a few days ago, is a real all-rounder that solves a large number of problems with Windows 10. Specifically, the patch is intended for these operating systems:
Windows 10 Version 20H2 (Home, Pro, Pro Education and Pro for Workstations will receive updates for the last time on patch day in May 2022, support for these variants of Windows 10 Version 20H2 will end on this day. Enterprise, IoT Enterprise, Windows on Surface Hub and Windows Server Version 20H2 will continue to receive updates)
Windows 10 release 21H1
Windows 10 release 21H2
Windows Server version 20H2
After installing the patch, the build numbers are 19042.1682, 19043.1682 or 19044.1682, depending on the Windows 10 version.
KB5011831 solves a problem with (outdated) Internet Explorer and, most importantly, the patch eliminates a cause for a black screen that can appear during the login or logout process. The patch also solves a problem with Onedrive and another problem that can occur when changing a password. The news feed viewer should also work more correctly after installing this patch. You can read a detailed description of the patch here at Microsoft.
How to install KB5011831 immediately
Microsoft will release KB5011831 for all affected Windows systems as part of the next patch day in May 2022. If you want to install the patch on your Windows 10 computer now, you currently have to do it manually. To do this, install the update via the Windows update function in the Windows 10 settings under “Optional updates”. Alternatively, you can also obtain the update from the Microsoft update catalog here.
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