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Windows 10 1909 Preview Update Fixes Blurry Display

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Microsoft has added a non-security update for Windows 10 Version 1909. This is the preview for October Patch Day. It contains important bug fixes, including for daylight saving time changes and blurry displays.

The new update, marked as optional, starts for users of Windows 10 version 1909. Older versions no longer receive regular updates, all other (newer) Windows 10 versions have already received the preview. This update fixes a number of problems that occurred after the patch day and some have been known for a long time. The previews or optional updates correspond to the advance versions of Windows that were previously released as C updates. The bug fixes contained therein will – if nothing comes up – be automatically distributed to all users on Patch Day in October.

Anyone who would benefit from the bug fixes now and would like to do so can already obtain the update. It is offered as an optional update via the Windows update function. These are non-security updates. You have to search for it yourself via “Optional Updates” so that it is loaded and installed.

Several changes in the preview

However, Microsoft does not start the distribution in one fell swoop, as it does with the security-relevant updates. the release has started, but it may take a while until the update is offered to every user. The update is managed under KB number 5005624. As usual, information on this can be found in the Knowledge Base . The update brings the build 18363.1830. The Windows team is testing various bug fixes and improvements with this update. We have translated the list of bug fixes and changes for you:

Update highlights

  • Addresses an issue that could cause the system time to be incorrect by one hour after a daylight saving time changeover.
  • Resolves an issue with resizing images that can cause flickering and residual line artifacts.
  • Addresses an issue that could result in blurry message and interest icons when using certain screen resolutions.
  • Addresses an issue that prevents you from providing input to applications when the taskbar is not at the bottom of the screen.
  • Fixes an issue that resulted in Messages and Interests showing up when you right-click the system tray, even if you turned off Messages and Interests on your device.
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