After Build 19603 in the Fast ring, Microsoft pushes a minor update for Windows 10 version 2004 Insiders in the Slow ring this week. The update KB4552455 Build 19041.173 comes with a handful of fixes for the issues which were reported in build 19041.172 and some additional improvements. Generally, these cumulative updates arrive on Patch Tuesday, but this time the company released it a bit early.
Below are the bunch of fixes included in update KB4552455 Build 19041.173:
- We fixed an issue that prevents older versions of certain apps from opening by directing users to install the latest version of these apps.
- We have fixed an issue that fails to allocate resources during device initialization, which causes certain USB mass storage devices to stop working.
- We have fixed an issue that prevents the mute button from working on certain devices with the Your Phone app.
- We have fixed an issue that causes a fault in the input-output memory management unit (IOMMU) and a DRIVER_VERIFIER_DMA_VIOLATION (e6) error. This issue occurs after resuming from hibernate on systems that have Kernel Direct Memory Access (DMA) Protection and Dynamic Root of Trust Measurement (DRTM) enabled.
- We have updated the Country and Operator Settings Asset (COSA) to increase the coverage for automatic cellular provisioning on devices with mobile broadband.
This build also comes with a known issue to be aware of:
We are aware Narrator and NVDA users that seek the latest release of Microsoft Edge based on Chromium may experience some difficulty when navigating and reading certain web content. Narrator, NVDA and the Edge teams are aware of these issues. Users of legacy Microsoft Edge will not be affected. NVAccess has released a NVDA 2019.3that resolves the known issue with Edge.
The company is heading towards the release of Windows 10 version 2004 with this release and may release it anytime in the coming weeks, but Insiders in the Release Preview ring will get it first. Slow ring Windows Insiders can grab this update via Windows Update, and you can check build’s release notes at Windows Blog.