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Windows 10 update KB5000850 outs for version 1909 (preview)

Windows 10 versions 1909 and 1809 are getting a preview of the next cumulative update to address a slew of problems.

The update KB5000850 for Windows 10 version 1909 is now available as an optional install. This release is part of the March 2021 “D” rollout, and it includes non-security patches that Microsoft plans to make available during the next Patch Tuesday update.

Windows 10 update KB5000850 bumps the version number to build 18363.1474, and according to the logs, fixes a problem with File Explorer that displays nothing or shows “Computing Filters” when filtering search results. It also resolves various issues with Microsoft Edge, and it removes the legacy version and replaces it with the new Chromium version.

Alongside the long list of fixes, KB5000850 fixes problems with  USB 3.0 hubs, 16-bit apps, networking, Azure, Active Directory, and much more.

Microsoft is listing the complete set of improvements and fixes for Windows 10 build 18363.1474 at the Windows Blog.

Furthermore, the company is also making available the update KB5000854 (build 17763.1852) for Windows 10 version 1809 with similar fixes offered with the version 1909 update. However, in the update available for this version, it appears that Microsoft is not removing the legacy version of the browser.

You can find the complete set of improvements and fixes for Windows 10 build 17763.1852 at the Windows Blog.

Download Windows 10 build 18363.1474 and 17763.1852

The preview is available immediately, and you can download it from Settings Update & security > Windows Update and clicking the Check for updates button. Then under the “Optional quality update available” section, click the Download and install option.

You can also download the standalone version of the update KB5000850 to install it manually through the Microsoft Update Catalog. If you have to apply the update KB5000854 manually, you can download it here.

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