Windows 11 KB5030219 OS Build22621.2283 (22H2) what’s new
Microsoft has also published direct download links for Windows 11 KB5030219 offline installers.
Today, as part of the September 2023 Microsoft patch Tuesday a New cumulative update KB5030219 is available for PCs running Windows 11 version 22H2. Installing Windows 11 KB5030219 advances the build number to 22621.2283 and brings several bug fixes and improvements. Also, there is new KB5030217 (OS Build 22000.2416) is available for the original release of Windows 11 version 21H2. It is an important security update that downloads automatically on your device, or when you check for updates manually.
Well If you want to skip this particular cumulative update, you’ll need to pause it by hitting on the ‘pause updates’ button for up to 7 days. Also, Windows 11 KB5030219 offline installers are also available for download on the Microsoft Update Catalog.
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September 2023 patch Tuesday, what’s new for Windows 11?
Being part of the September 2023 Patch Tuesday update, the focus is on security, Microsoft closes 16 security vulnerabilities, 1 of which are critical and 15 important.
- Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) Remote Code Execution Vulnerability — CVE-2023-38148
In addition to the Patch Tuesday security fixes, Windows 11 KB5030219 also addresses security issues for your Windows operating system and makes miscellaneous security improvements to internal OS functionality.
Windows 11 KB5030219 changelog
- This update resolves a bug where a blank menu item was appearing in the Sticky Keys menu after installing KB5029351.
- An issue related to authentication using a smart card to join or rejoin an Active Directory domain, which failed after installing Windows updates from October 2022 onwards, has been fixed.
- A new hover behavior has been added to the search box gleam, where the search flyout box now appears when hovered over. Users can customize this behavior by right-clicking the taskbar and accessing Taskbar settings.
- Daylight saving time (DST) changes in Israel are now supported by this update.
- An issue affecting the Search icon, preventing the Search app from opening after the machine was asleep, has been resolved.
- The reliability of the Search app has been improved.
- A fix has been applied to address an issue with the TAB key, making it easier to browse search results.
- Narrator now correctly identifies the search box on the taskbar and highlights search content within it.
- The size of the search box in tablet posture mode on Microsoft Surface Pro and Surface Book devices has been adjusted.
- New functionality has been introduced regarding app defaults, providing users with more control over their default app choices.
- A policy called “Enable optional updates” has been added, allowing administrators to configure monthly optional cumulative updates for commercial devices and Controlled Feature Rollouts (CFR).
- An issue with the Group Policy Service not waiting for the default 30-second network availability timeout, causing policy processing errors, has been resolved.
- A new API for D3D12 Independent Devices has been introduced, enabling the creation of multiple D3D12 devices on the same adapter.
- An issue affecting WS_EX_LAYERED windows rendering incorrectly when scaling the display screen has been fixed.
- Problems with print jobs sent to virtual print queues failing without displaying an error have been addressed.
- High CPU usage resulting from enabling the “fBlockNonDomain” policy has been resolved.
- An issue where the system stops working after deleting a disk partition and adding its space to an existing BitLocker partition has been fixed.
- Windows will no longer fail when using BitLocker on a storage medium with a large sector size.
- An issue that sometimes resulted in the display of a wrong error message during Remote Desktop sign-in attempts has been resolved.
- Missing Start menu icons after the initial sign-in have been fixed.
- An issue where settings didn’t sync despite toggling the option on the Windows Backup page in the Settings app has been addressed.
- The reporting of the Windows LAPS “BackupDirectory” policy setting in the Resultant Set of Policy (RSOP) has been corrected when it’s set to 1, which is “Back up to AAD.”
- Windows Update for Business users experiencing login issues after changing their password will no longer encounter the error code 0xc000006d.
- An issue causing Microsoft Excel to become unresponsive when using the Japanese Input Method Editor (IME) with CTRL or Shift has been resolved.
We recommend read the complete changelog here Microsoft support site.
- Microsoft is not currently aware of any issues with this update.
Users still running the original version of Windows 11 are also getting a new update today (KB5030217), but it just includes security improvements and no new features.
Download Windows 11 latest updates
It’s an important update and Microsoft recommends download install Windows 11 updates immediately on your device. The new build can be downloaded directly from Windows Update. Also, you can download KB5030219 offline installer if you prefer.
- Open Windows 11 settings using the Windows key + I
- Locate Windows Update then hit the check for updates button,
- This will start downloading Windows 11 KB5030219 update files from the Microsoft server,
- Once done, click on install now, and when prompted restart your PC to apply the updates.
Windows 11 KB5030219 (OS Build 22621.2283) offline installer Direct Download Link.
Windows 11 KB5030217 (OS Build 22000.2416) offline installer Direct Download Link.
The above link redirects to the Windows update catalog, it’s a library of updates published by the tech giant in the past several months. You can search the above KB package in the catalog and click on the ‘download’ button to grab the offline installer.
The offline installer is offered in .msu file format. To get started, simply double-click on the file and follow the on-screen instructions.
If you are looking to download Windows 11 ISO click here.
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