Windows 10: Windows 10 Build 19043.1052 is now available, download offline installers

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  1. WinLatest New Member

    Windows 10 Build 19043.1052 is now available, download offline installers


    The sixth cumulative update of the year is now heading to PCs running Windows 10 version 21H1, 20H2, and version 2004. The update is available via Windows Update, WSUS, and Catalog. The company has also published direct download links for Windows 10 KB5003637 offline installers.

    KB5003637 is all about security fixes, but you can also expect quality improvements and News and Interests feed on your taskbar. Patch Tuesday release usually includes the majority of non-security updates that were introduced in the last optional update, so if you skipped the optional patch, you can also get those fixes by downloading today’s update.

    As always, the build number depends on the version of your Windows 10 installation. For example, if you’ve upgraded to version 21H1, you’ll be getting Windows 10 Build 19043.1052 with quality improvements, reduced memory usage, and support for taskbar feed.

    For those still stuck on version 20H2 (October 2020 Update), the system will advance to Windows 10 Build 19042.1052 after applying the latest update. If you check for updates today, you will see the following cumulative update on your screen:

    2021-06 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 21H1 for x64-based Systems (KB5003637)

    Or

    2021-06 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 20H2 for x64-based Systems (KB5003637)

    Download Links for Windows 10 KB5003637


    Windows 10 KB5003637 Direct Download Links: 64-bit and 32-bit (x86).

    If you’re unable to download the patch via Windows Update, simply head to the links highlighted above. On Microsoft Update Catalog, locate the Windows 10 edition and version installed on your PC, and click on the “Download” button.

    If you don’t know the version and edition of Windows, open the Settings app and navigate to System > About. Scroll down a bit and you’ll see the build, edition, and version information.

    After verifying the configuration, click on the “Download” button to launch the download window. Copy the .msu link and paste it into another tab to start the download.

    Windows 10 KB5003637 (Build 19043.1052) Full Changelog


    Key highlights:

    1. News and Interests feed is now enabled for everyone.
    2. News and Interests taskbar setting updated with new options.
    3. Fixes issues caused by News and Interests feed.
    4. Fixes memory leak bug.
    5. Fixes issues with Your Phone app.

    Windows 10’s News and Interests feature was first announced in January and it started rolling out to consumers in April. With today’s update, Microsoft says it has enabled the feature for everyone.

    For those unaware, the idea behind the new taskbar feed feature is to relevant information about what’s happening in the world by enabling Microsoft News (MSN) integration. In addition to MSN feed, News and Interests is also capable of showing local weather, finance widget, etc.

    Windows 10 Build 19043.1052 is now available, download offline installers KB5003637-update.jpg

    If it feels like another piece of bloat and you don’t want and wish it could go away, you can now easily customize the feed and turn off the “hover” feature or even disable the feed entirely.

    To do improve News and Interests experience, you can open the taskbar menu (right-click anywhere on the blank area) and select the “Open on hover” option on the News and interests menu. This will turn off the hover effect.

    Windows 10 Build 19043.1052 also improves the news and interests hover experience and it will no longer launch on its own.

    In addition to News and Interests, Windows 10’s June update also addresses an issue that might prevent users from opening apps pinned to the taskbar using Microsoft Your Phone app.

    As mentioned at the outset, Microsoft has fixed the memory leak issue in ctfmon.exe, a process used by Microsoft Office and some other apps with an editable box. In theory, this bug fix will help with high memory usage bug, but it depends on the configuration of the device.

    Microsoft is currently not aware of any new issues in the update.

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  2. MrGenius Win User

    Windows 10 RTM/Build 10240 now available for Insiders

    Insiders in the fast and slow rings are now being distributed the latest Windows 10 RTM (build 10240).

    http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwi...-for-windows-insiders-in-fast-and-slow-rings/

    But for those wanting to expedite the upgrade, and/or download the latest build in iso form, it can be downloaded for free from the following link.

    http://getintopc.com/softwares/oper...-pro-build-10240-iso-32-64-bit-free-download/

    Don't forget to check out the activation steps found here:

    Spoiler slmgr /ipk W269N-WFGWX-YVC9B-4J6C9-T83GX
    slmgr /skms kms.xspace.in
    slmgr /ato

    Windows 10 Enterprise - NPPR9-FWDCX-D2C8J-H872K-2YT43B8YKP-D69TJ
    Windows 10 Home - TX9XD-98N7V-6WMQ6-BX7FG-H8Q99
    Windows 10 Professional - W269N-WFGWX-YVC9B-4J6C9-T83GX

    use the key you need for the build and run those lines in cmd to activate

    activation
    I suggest running those commands as administrator. Just in case.

    Enjoy!
     
    MrGenius, Jun 9, 2021
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  3. P4-630 Win User
    Microsoft enables offline play for Windows 10 games

    Most Windows 10 games will support offline play, but you'll have to work at it.


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    "Larry Hryb, the man known to the world as Major Nelson, announced on Twittertoday that Microsoft has "made some backend updates to improve your experience playing @Windows 10 games offline." Basically, if you're going to be somewhere that lacks online coverage—on a submarine, for instance—it will still be possible to play your games. But there are some restrictions.

    "Most games available in the Store on your Windows 10 device support offline play, but check the details of the game to make sure yours is supported by searching for your game at http://www.xbox.com," the Xbox support site says. "Most games with a campaign mode will be playable offline, but games with network co-op or multiplayer features will not work while you’re offline. While playing offline, some features, such as the ability to purchase additional items from the Windows Store, will not be available. Additionally, any leaderboards will be unavailable while you're offline."

    Obviously, online features like buying stuff from in-game stores won't be available when you're offline, but the bit about "games with network co-op or multplayer features" not working while offline really isn't clear. We tested with Gears of War 4 and confirmed that the offline features like campaign and LAN multiplayer worked just fine when disconnected.

    There are more caveats, though. You're limited to just one "designated offline device" at a time, and you can only change your designated offline device three times per year. Switching into offline mode isn't all that easy, either. First, you'll need to set your designated offline device:

    • Make sure that you’re online.
    • Check that your device has the latest Windows updates: Go to Start,Settings, Update and security, and then Windows Update and see if any relevant updates are available.
    • Open the Store. You’ll be prompted to sign in if you haven’t already.
    • Select the Me icon (this is your profile picture).
    • Select Settings, and then under Offline Permissions, make sure that the toggle is set to On.
    After that, you'll have to "prepare" your games by launching each one that you want to play offline while you're still online, and logging into your Xbox Live account. This is a bit like launching Steam into Offline mode while you still have an internet connection... but you'll have to prepare each individual Xbox game this way before going offline.

    Once you've logged into the game while you're online, you can exit at any time and you'll be set. Of course, if you change your mind and want to play something you haven't properly prepared, you're out of luck.

    The upside is that this only affects Windows 10 games, but it still seems wildly complicated and restrictive to me. Worse, while improved functionality is always welcome, I can't see how this does anything but beg for unflattering comparisons with Steam: When I want to play my Steam games offline, I set Steam offline, restart it, and I'm on my way—and I can do it as often as I want. Microsoft's implementation of offline play is an improvement, but only because it wasn't available at all previously. As a step toward becoming more competitive with Steam, though, it falls woefully short.
    "

    Microsoft enables offline play for Windows 10 games | PC Gamer
     
    P4-630, Jun 9, 2021
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  4. jsfitz54 Win User

    Windows 10 Build 19043.1052 is now available, download offline installers

    Download Windows 10 TH/RS

    @Drone : No link for 17134.5?

    The April 2018 Update will be available as a free download beginning Monday, April 30.
    https://blogs.windows.com/windowsex...-of-your-time-with-the-new-windows-10-update/

    According to this link and whether or not these have been Insider Preview Builds as @FordGT90Concept contends, I found this link: [Changelog] What’s New in Windows 10 April 2018 Update (Version 1803) – AskVG

    Windows 10 Build 10.0.17134 Changelog:​Build 17134 was the 23rd Insider Preview build of Windows 10 released after Fall Creators Update. It was released on April 16, 2018. This new build arrived via new "RS4" (RedStone4) development branch.
    • Bug fixes and general improvements
     
    jsfitz54, Jun 9, 2021
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