Windows 10 gets a bevy of bug fixes, including a fix for the Windows Hello flaw
Windows 10 received another round of fixes for July, with Microsoft implementing fixes for a number of bugs, including one affecting Windows Hello.
These new cumulative updates have been released for Windows 10 November 2019 Update and the May 2019 Update, as well asue the October 2018 Update.
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The mentioned Windows Hello flaw is a "problem that prevents the system Windows Hello face camera recognition system, which means users cannot use the facial recognition login system.
Cumulative update KB4559004 fixes this issue, and a bunch of others that affected both feature updates ofMicrosoft as of 2019.
Other notable bugs that get fixes include an issue where Explorer files drops by looking at folders full of RAW images (and other types of files), as well as some gremlins in preparation with Microsoft Edge IE mode, and possible crashes with Excel (the magnifier sometimes not working too in the spreadsheet application).
The update is also removed KB4559003 for the previous (and indeed infamous) October 2018 update, which contains Excel and Microsoft Edge mode resolutionsIE mentioned above, plus most of the same fixes, plus some additional stuff. However, this particular version of Windows 10 didn't have any issues with Windows Hello.
As always, we can only hope that the solutions to these bugs don't cause new problems on their own, which is a theme we've seen crop up too often in the blog post. Microsoft's recent history regarding this type of fixes.
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Via Windows Central