Microsoft has made available Windows 10 build 19041.329 for download, with this particular update rolling out as KB4557957 on supported systems.
Which are computers that have the latest version of the OS installed.
Yes, this is the first cumulative update released for Windows 10 version 2004, as commonly known as the May 2020 Update. And as is the case with all Patch Tuesday releases, it does not contain any new features, but an array of fixes to correct issues present in the original build.
Unlike previous cumulative updates, though, this one has a relatively long list of changes. That’s because this release brings along a wide range of improvements, including some for Cortana.
But primarily, Windows 10 build 19041.329 comes with security improvements for a range of Microsoft software like Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Office programs, basic Windows 10 operations, as well as when connecting external devices such as game controllers.
Microsoft also enhanced security of external input devices, such as a mouse, keyboard, or stylus.
The June 2020 cumulative update for Windows 10 also improves the reliability of the keywords used for Cortana and other digital assistants. And the patch has resolved an issue that prevents you from enabling voice commands in Windows Mixed Reality.
Redmond has said that it is not aware of any known issues, so this patch should be a quick and easy download for everyone.
To update your device to build 19041.329, head on over to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and click on Check for update. Select Download now when asked, and restart your computer after closing all programs and saving your work.
Alternatively, you can grab the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of this cumulative update from the link below.
Download: Windows 10 KB4557957