Windows 10 update KB4566782 download
August Patch Tuesday

Windows 10 update KB4566782 releases for version 2004

Update KB4566782 is now available out for Windows 10 version 2004 to fix several issues. Microsoft is also updating older versions, including version 1909, 1903, and 1809 – here's all you need to know.

Microsoft is now rolling out update KB4566782 for devices running Windows 10 version 2004 to address a couple of problems.

KB4566782 bumps the version number to build 19041.450, and according to the company, fixes sign in problem with Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps and patches security vulnerabilities for various components.

In addition, the company is also pushing updates for older versions of Windows 10, including for version 1909, 1903, 1809, 1803, 1709, 1703, 1607, and original version.

Update KB4566782 for Windows 10 version 2004

Microsoft has announced KB4566782 in the Windows support site, and it’s referred as “August 11, 2020—KB4566782 (OS Build 19041.450).” If you’re already running the Windows 10 May 2020 Update, this update will address these problems:

  • Addresses an issue in Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps that allows single sign-on authentication when an app does not have the Enterprise Authentication capability. With the release of CVE-2020-1509, UWP applications might begin prompting the user for credentials.
  • Security updates to the Microsoft Scripting Engine, Internet Explorer, Windows Graphics, Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows Kernel, Windows Input and Composition, Windows Media, Windows Shell, the Windows Wallet Service, Microsoft Edge Legacy, Windows Cloud Infrastructure, Windows Authentication, the Windows AI Platform, Windows Fundamentals, Windows Storage and Filesystems, Windows Update Stack, Windows File Server and Clustering, Windows Hybrid Storage Services, Windows App Platform and Frameworks, Microsoft JET Database Engine, and Windows SQL components.

You can download the updates to install them manually for version 2004 with the links below:

Update KB4565483 for Windows 10 version 1903 and 1909

Microsoft has announced KB4565483 in the Windows support site, and it’s referred as “August 11, 2020—KB4565351 (OS Builds 18362.1016 and 18363.1016).” If you’re already running the Windows 10 November 2019 Update or May 2019 Update on your device, this update will address these problems:

  • Fixes a problem that prevents you from installing some .msi apps. This occurs when a device is managed by a Group Policy that redirects the AppData folder to a network folder.
  • Addresses an issue in Microsoft Edge IE mode that occurs when you browse using anchor links.
  • Fixes a problem in Microsoft Edge IE mode that occurs when you open multiple documents from a SharePoint site.
  • Addresses an issue with loading Browser Helper Objects in Microsoft Edge IE mode.
  • Fixes a problem that causes certain applications to stop responding when under load if they rely on the JScript Scripting Engine.
  • Addresses an issue in Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps that allows single sign-on authentication when an app does not have the Enterprise Authentication capability. With the release of CVE-2020-1509, UWP applications might begin prompting the user for credentials.
  • Security updates to Internet Explorer, the Microsoft Scripting Engine, Windows Graphics, Windows Media, Windows Shell, the Windows Wallet Service, Microsoft Edge Legacy, Windows Cloud Infrastructure, Windows Authentication, Windows Fundamentals, Windows Kernel, Windows Core Networking, Windows Storage and Filesystems, Windows Hybrid Storage Services, and the Microsoft JET Database Engine.

Update KB4565349 for Windows 10 version 1809

Microsoft has also announced KB4565349 in the Windows support site, and it’s referred as “August 11, 2020—KB4565349 (OS Build 17763.1397).” If you’re already running the Windows 10 October 2019 Update on your device, this update will address these issues:

  • Fixes a problem in Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps that allows single sign-on authentication when an app does not have the Enterprise Authentication capability. With the release of CVE-2020-1509, UWP applications might begin prompting the user for credentials.
  • Provides the ability for a Windows Embedded Compact 2013 OS instance and applications to operate on top of Windows 10 IoT Core using Windows CE App Container.
  • Security updates the Microsoft Scripting Engine, Internet Explorer, Windows Graphics, Windows Input and Composition, Windows Media, Windows Shell, the Windows Wallet Service, Microsoft Edge Legacy, Windows Cloud Infrastructure, Windows Authentication, the Windows AI Platform, Windows Fundamentals, Windows Kernel, Windows Storage and Filesystems, Windows Update Stack, Windows File Server and Clustering, Windows Hybrid Storage Services, Windows App Platform and Frameworks, the Microsoft JET Database Engine, and Windows Remote Desktop.

Update for older versions of Windows 10

The April 2018 Update, version 1803, has reached the end of support on November 12, 2019, but the company has released update KB4571709 to fix a few issues while bumping the version number to build 17134.1667.

While the version 1709 (Fall Creators Update) is no longer supported, organizations running the Enterprise or Education edition of Windows 10 are getting update KB4571741 to address several problems and bumps the version number to 16299.2045.

In addition, Microsoft has ended support for Windows 10 version 1703 (Creators Update), but organizations with devices still running this release can now download KB4571689, which resolves a few problems and ramps the version number to build 15063.2467.

The Windows 10 Anniversary Update (version 1607) is getting update KB4571694 to fix a bunch of issues, even though operating system is no longer supported, and the update bumps the version number to build 14393.3866

Finally, the original release of Windows 10 is getting update KB4571692. The release increase the version number to 10240.18666 and fixes several problems.

Uninstall update KB4566782 to fix problems

If the KB4566782 update is causing issues on your device, you can always uninstall it to revert the changes.

To uninstall KB4566782 or any other quality update on Windows 10, use these steps:

  1. Open Start.

  2. Search for Command Prompt, right-click the top result and select the Run as administrator option.

  3. Type the following command to view the update history and press Enter:

    wmic qfe list brief /format:table
  4. Check the Windows Update history of your device, and identify the update by its HotFixID and InstalledOn information.

  5. Type the following command to uninstall the update from your computer and press Enter:

    wusa /uninstall /kb:4566782

    In the command, replace “4566782” for KB number that correspond to the update that you’re trying to uninstall. For example, if you’re trying to uninstall update KB4566782, then the number that you can have to use in the command is “4566782.”

  6. Click the Yes button.

  7. Continue with the on-screen directions (if applicable).

Once you complete the steps, the recently installed update will be removed from your computer fixing any issues as a result of the release.

If your computer won’t boot after installing KB4566782, you can remove update from the Advanced startup environment using these steps.

Download August 2020 update for Windows 10

These updates are 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. If you’re downloading an optional update, then you’ll also need to click the Download and install option. You can find more details about the most recent updates in the Windows 10 update history tracker guide.