Possible Fixes for Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB4507453 Issues
Long-time Windows 10 users certainly know that installing cumulative updates has often been a Russian roulette, as these releases occasionally caused major issues, like broken OS features or failed installs.
However, things have improved substantially in the latest OS feature update, and the May 2019 Update, which shipped some two months ago, came with a nearly flawless experience with cumulative updates.
And while cumulative updates no longer fail to install as often as before, users still encounter small issues here and there every time the software giant pushes new such updates to their Windows 10 devices.
The latest round of cumulative updates landed on July 9 when Microsoft started the July 2019 Patch Tuesday cycle, and as it happens every month, all Windows 10 versions got patched.
Windows 10 version 1903, or the May 2019 Update, received cumulative update KB4507453, which just like the other siblings, included security fixes aimed at vulnerabilities in the… (read more)