Microsoft Windows 10 Build 18363.1411 update released, fix screen rendering issues

Microsoft is launching an optional non-secure version of Windows 10 KB4601380 (C and D updates), applicable to 1909 and above. Unlike last month’s optional update, this month’s preview version comes with several important bug fixes, including font and screen rendering improvements.

Windows 10 KB4601380 is an optional update and will only be installed when you explicitly click the ‘Download and Install’ button. This is a comprehensive cumulative update with a long list of bug fixes. Microsoft also stated that there are some known issues in this version.

Please note that this patch applies to Windows 10 version 1909. For those users on Windows 10 20H2 version and 2004 version, a better cumulative update will be released in the next three weeks and provide the same fixes.

To install the Windows 10 Build 18363.1411 update, you need:

  • Open Windows search
  • Search for “View optional updates.”
  • Select cumulative update and uncheck the driver.
  • Click “Download and Install”.
  • Or you can download it from the Windows Update page.

If your device is ready, you will see the following update.

Windows 10 KB4601380 (Build 18363.1411) complete update content:

This month’s optional cumulative update has fixed an issue where the input method editor (IME) on some devices cannot be used when you insert a string.

For consumers, Microsoft has fixed a problem that affects font rendering. Another bug has been fixed. Users will encounter screen rendering issues when opening the game under certain hardware configurations.

Microsoft is still improving the SetWindowRgn API. For example, a bug has been fixed, when the application sets the window area coordinates, the user cannot maximize, minimize or close the window.

Windows 10 Build 18363.1411 will fix random blue screen of death (BSoD) errors that occur during startup. There are also fixes for high memory and CPU utilization.

Windows Update reliability improvements:

Microsoft is also introducing reliability improvements for Windows Update, and it has already been pushed to devices running Windows 10 version 20H2 or earlier.

The reliability update released this time is to make devices better meet the arrival of Windows 10 version 21H1.

It will give reliability improvements for Windows Update itself and try to free up disk space. It will also try to compress your files to make storage space for future updates, and the registry will also be modified.


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