Microsoft Release KB4338825 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 version 1709

Microsoft has released this month’s regular cumulative update for all supported Windows 10 branch releases to fix vulnerabilities and resolve issues.

Update for KB4338825, an update for Fall creators, continues to fix an unexpected crash in the daily use of Google Chrome.

Also, users who use tools such as yoghurt can pay attention to this update. This update has fixed the problem of DNS requests ignoring the IE browser proxy configuration.

Of course, in advance, to avoid potential problems affecting the cumulative update, please download and install the system restore function before downloading and installing the update.

Update log: Windows 10 Build version 16299.547

1. This update has fixed an issue of unexpected error in the input setting mode of the input method and the selection of the active element of the input method in some cases.

2. This update will continue to fix the problem that the latest version of Google Chrome, which is 67.0.3396.79 and above, may crash unexpectedly on some devices .

3. This update has fixed the problem that the DNS request sent by the system ignores the proxy setting under the premise that the IE browser proxy settings have been configured .

4. This update has fixed some errors when the Intelnet Explorer browser loads some pages that need to fill out the form.

5. This update has added an evaluation system to help all Windows 10 system applications and hardware devices do not have compatibility issues.

6. This update also fixes security issues for components such as IE browser, Microsoft script engine, graphics display component, virtualization platform, and system kernel.

7. Also released with this update is the KB4338832 update, which is used to fix the Adobe Flash Player security issue built into the system.