Bug fixes and enhancements are included in Windows 11’s upcoming cumulative update.
Microsoft is making the update KB5019157 for Windows 11 21H2 available in the Windows Insider Program’s Release Preview Channel. The upcoming cumulative update rollout only contains bug fixes, enhancements, and new features; it is not a security update.
The KB5019157 update brings the build 22000.1279 version number up to date, and the company claims that it includes the Quick Assist app for client computers. In addition, it addresses issues with the Start menu, virtualization, security, and the Microsoft Store.
Update KB5019157 for Windows 11 makes fixes and modifications
The fixes and new features included in the most recent Windows 11 update preview are as follows:
- a client device application called Quick Assist was made available.
- Some recurrent update issues with the Microsoft Store have been resolved.
- resolved a problem that impacted a few devices under an enterprise management. For them, it increased the dependability of app installations.
- Fixed a problem that was affecting on-premises users of Unified Update Platform (UUP). The barrier preventing them from obtaining offline language packs was removed.
- resolved a problem that impacted virtual computer objects (VCO) or cluster name objects (CNO) Unable to reset password. There was a problem resetting the AD password, and the error code was “0x80070005”.
- resolved a problem with Microsoft Direct3D 9 (D3D9). D3D9 was rendered unusable when using Microsoft Remote Desktop as a result.
- resolved a problem that had an impact on the Windows Firewall service. When you activated the Override block rules option, it did not begin.
- resolved a problem that may have impacted programmes that use the Windows Lock Down Policy (WLDP). They might have ceased to function.
- resolved a problem that had an impact on Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. Live response investigations were barred by automated investigation.
- a problem that affected TextInputHost.exe was resolved. It ceased to respond.
- a problem with pinned apps on the Start menu was resolved. When you switched between pages of pinned apps, the Start menu froze. When the language is right-to-left (RTL), this problem arises.
Run Windows 11 build 22000.1279
Click the Check for Updates button in the “Windows Update” settings to download and install the Windows 11 build 22000.1279.