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Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 17134.81 with fixes for Intel and Toshiba SSDs

Microsoft today released the second cumulative update for the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, following build 17134.48, which was released two weeks ago on Patch Tuesday. The feature update hasn't been without its share of problems, such as issues with SSDs from Intel and Toshiba.

Luckily, those particular issues have been fixed with today's update, which is KB4100403. It brings the build number to 17134.81, and can be manually downloaded here. Here's what got fixed:

  • Addresses an issue in Internet Explorer that might cause communication between web workers to fail in certain asynchronous scenarios with multiple visits to a web page.

  • Addresses additional issues with updated time zone information.

  • Addresses an issue where closed-caption settings are preserved after upgrade.

  • Addresses a reliability issue that may cause Microsoft Edge or other applications to stop responding when you create a new audio endpoint while audio or video playback is starting.

  • Addresses an issue that may cause Windows Hello enrollment to fail on certain hardware that has dGPUs.

  • Addresses an issue with power regression on systems with NVMe devices from certain vendors.

  • If you installed earlier updates, only the new fixes in this package will be downloaded and installed on your device.

There are a couple of known issues with this cumulative update, one for Intel SSDs and the other for Toshiba SSDs. Microsoft is recommending that you wait until May 25 to manually install the Windows 10 April 2018 Update if you're using one of these devices. After that, build 17134.81 will be included with the installation, so you shouldn't run into issues.

This isn't really an issue for those that are already on Windows 10 version 1803, so if you're running the feature update, you can go ahead and head over to Windows Update.

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