KB4493510 download update for Windows 10, 1809, (17763.404)

On April 2, Microsoft released the cumulative update package KB4493510 and update KB4490481 for Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) and Windows Server 2019 (1809). After the upgrade, the Windows 10 build number changes to 17763.404.

Note. To install the update KB4490481, the service stack update KB4493510 is also required to be installed on the system.

Installation via Windows Update

Cumulative update 4490481 for PC is installed manually through Windows Update. To check, go to Options> Update and Security and click Check for Updates.

You can download the KB4490481 and KB4493510 updates and install them manually using the links below.
To install an MSU file, simply double-click on the file.

Improvements and fixes KB4493510 (17763.404)

Fixed an issue where applications that provide advanced options for integrated or external audio output devices stopped working on computers with multiple audio devices. This problem occurred with users who chose a sound output device other than the “default audio device”. Examples of applications that may stop working: Windows Media Player, Realtek HD Audio Manager, Sound Blaster Control Panel.
The update includes fixes for Game Mode. This feature will no longer affect the user experience when using popular software solutions for screen recording and streaming pictures.
Activation of Windows 10 Enterprise insider assemblies in Microsoft Azure virtual machines is allowed. Microsoft Azure is the only tested and supported host platform for Windows 10 Enterprise virtual machines.
Fixed an issue that could lead to the loss of Favorite resources and the reading list in Microsoft Edge after updating the operating system.
Fixed the problem of the sudden termination of Internet Explorer right while surfing.
Fixed problem with scrolling ActiveX content in Internet Explorer 11 at the initiative of the user.
Fixed the problem of loading new operating system icons due to the allegedly incorrect file format with icons.
Updated time zone information for Buenos Aires (Argentina), Kazakhstan, and Sao Tome and Principe.
Fixed a problem with the group policy “Disable application notifications on the lock screen”.
Fixed an issue where the DeleteObject () object of a graphics device interface (GDI) caused the calling process to stop working when the following conditions were met:
The calling process was a WOW64 process and processed memory addresses over 2 gigabytes.
DeleteObject () was called in a device context that is compatible with the print device context.
Fixed an issue that prevented applications and callers from connecting to endpoints when using network interfaces that do not have a default gateway. This issue affected the following:
Failed to access the Internet on devices with DSL modems and PPPoE dial-up connections (usually used with DSL modems).
Modern applications and Microsoft Store applications behaved as if there is no Internet access on devices with DSL modems.
Web browsers and Win32 applications connected to the network were not affected by this problem.
Fixed an issue that caused Windows to use DHCP with an expired lease period if the lease period expired during the OS shutdown.
Fixed a problem that caused the behavior when the remote desktop connection window remained active even after it was closed.
Fixed an issue where the credential entry dialog did not appear if the corporate web server tried to connect to the Internet.
Fixed an issue where UWP application icons could not be displayed on the taskbar and in the task switching window when connecting to a remote table.
Fixed the crash issue in the launch of some UWP applications from the Microsoft Store, including WeChat.
Added a new group policy setting called “Allow Windows soft disconnect from network”. This setting determines how to automatically disconnect the PC from the network when Windows detects that the computer should no longer be connected to the network. Available along the path: Computer Configuration> Administrative Templates> Network> Windows Connection Manager.
When you turn on Windows, it will programmatically control how the computer is disconnected from the network (the disconnection will not be sudden).
When the option is disabled, Windows will immediately disconnect the computer from the network.
If not configured, soft software trip control will be enabled by default.
Fixed an issue that prevented the launch of a virtual smart card when working with Citrix 7.15.2000 Workstation VDA software.
Fixed an issue that prevented the setting of HDR video playback.
Fixed a problem with the screen lock, when users could not unlock the device if it was used by owners of several smart cards. The problem occurred when trying to use a workstation locked by another user.
Fixed a memory leak that occurred when the system was processing logon sessions.
Fixed a problem that led to a situation where VPN exclusion routes with constant access worked only for local exceptions.
Fixed certificate renewal failure when using CERT_RENEWAL_PROP_ID with ICertPropertyRenewal interface.
Fixed the problem of muting in single-use applications, usually used in terminal mode, after resuming from sleep mode.
Fixed the issue of compliance with the requirements of GB18030 for certificates.

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