It’s Patch Tuesday time, and that means Microsoft is servicing almost all supported versions of Windows. The company has made Windows 10 build 18363.900 available for download as a new cumulative update.
This one also goes by as KB4560960.
Just like its sister patch that is meant for the latest versions of Windows 10 version 2004, this particular update is rolling out for PCs that are running either version 1909 or 1903 — also going by as the November 2019 Update and May 2019 Update.
And that’s because both these versions share the same code base, the newer one was just an enablement package for the older release.
Speaking of releases, this latest arrival includes an identical list of fixes for both versions.
Microsoft says that it comes with a change that improves the security of the classic Edge web browser, alongside the discontinued Internet Explorer 11. The company has also amped up the security of apps and services that perform basic Windows operations.
You will also find security enhancements for Office products, and external hardware like mouse, keyboard, game controllers, and web cameras.
As far as known issues go, Redmond says that it is aware of one where devices with a wireless wide area network LTE modem may not connect to the Internet, but Windows will still indicate that the PC has an active Internet connection.
The company plans to fix this issue with select LTE modems in an upcoming release.
AS for this one, you can deploy build 18363.900 by heading over to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update. The KB4560960 cumulative update is also available for download in 32-bit and 64-bit flavors directly from Microsoft via the link below.
Download: Windows 10 KB4560960