As a part of the Patch Tuesday update, Microsoft released two cumulative updates for Windows 10 KB5010342 and KB5010345.
Microsoft has rolled out updates for November 2021 update, May 2021 update, October 2020 update (Windows 10 version 20H2). Though the cumulative updates are not available for May 2020 update (Windows 10 version 2004) consumer edition, Microsoft will update devices using enterprises or education SKUs.
If you are interested in trying out the new update, you can check out and install the new updates by navigating to Settings >> Windows Update and then choosing the Check for Updates option to install the updates.
Microsoft has resolved an issue that could lead to the failure of Lightweight Directory Acess Protocol operation if the operation contains the Sam Account Name and User Account Control attributes.
Users will be displayed an error message “Error: 0x20EF. The directory service encountered an unknown failure”.
Additionally, Microsoft has also resolved the audio issues and improved Bluetooth connectivity. Some other fixes included in the update are:
- Updates an issue that prevented icons from loading on the taskbar on some secondary displays.
- Auto brightness enhanced, now more responsive to low light conditions.
- Added HelpWith feature that uses Microsoft’s Bing search to offer suggestions to relevant topics for each Settings page.
- Updates an issue where Bluetooth and other devices page shows faulty battery percentage for connected Bluetooth devices.
- Updates daylight savings time to start in February 2022 instead of March 2022 in Jordan.
- Updates an issue where the colors couldn’t be correctly rendered on a few of the HDR displays.
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