Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB4457128 Not Asking for a Reboot Is Just a Bug
The experience with the Windows 10 cumulative updates released this month has so far been close to flawless, but as it turns out, a minor bug is still hitting a small number of computers.
The Windows 10 April 2018 Update cumulative update, KB4457128, sometimes appears to install without requiring a reboot.
This is without a doubt unexpected, especially because KB4457128 is listed as successfully installed. However, it’s important to know that this is just a bug, and the cumulative update must prompt for a system restart.
Users whose computers experienced this behavior, with KB4457128 not asking for a reboot and being listed as installed correctly, must manually restart their systems and then check for updates once again.
KB4457128 should show up in Windows Update, with the download and install process this time running … (read more)