Windows 10 update KB4497935

Windows 10 update KB4497935 (build 18362.145) releases for version 1903

Microsoft publishes a new quality update to fixes a slew of problems with Windows 10 version 1903.

Outside of its regular schedule, Microsoft is now rolling out update KB4497935 for testers with devices already running Windows 10 version 1903, May 2019 Update, to address a number of known issues and other problems.

KB4497935 bumps the version number to build 18362.145, and according to the company addresses the problem with Night light, Bluetooth, DPI, file share, and it even fixes the problem preventing devices with an external drive (for example USB flash drive and microSD card) from installing the May 2019 Update.

Windows 10 update KB4497935 for version 1903

Microsoft has announced KB4497935 in the Windows support site and if you’re already running the Windows 10 May 2019 Update on your device, this update will address these problems:

  • Addresses an issue that may turn off Night light mode during display mode changes.
  • Fixes a problem that prevents the removal of Bluetooth peripheral devices from some systems with specific Bluetooth radios.
  • Addresses an issue that may cause an external USB device or SD memory card to be reassigned to an incorrect drive during installation. For more information, see “This PC can’t be upgraded to Windows 10” error on a computer that has a USB device or SD card attached.
  • Fixes a problem in which a File Share Witness does not remove Server Message Block (SMB) handles, which causes a server to eventually stop accepting SMB connections.
  • Addresses an issue that may prevent Custom URI Schemes for Application Protocol handlers from starting the corresponding application for local intranet and trusted sites on Internet Explorer.
  • Fixes a problem that prevents certain apps from launching when you set folder redirection for the Roaming AppData folder to a network path.
  • Addresses an issue that may distort the rendering of a full-screen game when the Microsoft Game bar is visible on top of the game.
  • Fixes a problem that may cause event 7600 in the Domain Name System (DNS) server event log to contain an unreadable server name.
  • Addresses an issue in which the dots per inch (DPI) of the guest does not match the host.
  • Fixes a problem that prevents an application protocol URL from being opened when hosted on an intranet page.
  • Addresses an issue with BranchCache when it is in distributed cache mode. BranchCache may use more disk space than assigned for the re-publication cache. To fully address the issue, devices that have exceeded the disk space assignments should empty BranchCache using the netsh branchcache flush command.
  • Fixes a problem that may prevent some Direct3D applications and games from entering full-screen mode if the display’s orientation has been changed from the default.
  • Addresses an issue with creating a Windows catalog file on an x64 system using Windows System Image Manager.
  • Addresses an issue that causes a delay when loading many unsigned Domain Name System (DNS) zones related to the Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) feature.

You can download the updates to install them manually with the links below:

Download May 29 update for Windows 10

The update is available immediately, they’ll download and install automatically, but you can always force the update from Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and clicking the Check for updates button. You can find more details about the most recent updates in the Windows 10 update history tracker guide.

Update May 29, 2019: This update originally released on May 24 in the Slow and Release Preview rings, but starting on May 29, 2019, it’s available for anyone running version 1903.

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