Now it’s time for Windows 10 updates. In this case, the updates are more focused on improving security and performance and do not generally affect the rest of the functionalities. Let’s see what has been improved in version 2965.
What’s new in the KB5026361 patch on Windows 10
- Among the major updates, the company has modified the firewall settings, allowing users to configure application group rules to improve security.
- The update also fixes an issue with password expiration notices being sent to users inappropriately, especially in cases where the “Smart card required for interactive sign-in” option is enabled.
- Another fixed issue is the unexpected stopping of the Local Security Authority Subsystem Service (LSASS) process, which caused system reboots.
- The May 2023 update also addresses an issue that affected the display of protected content when using Taskbar Thumbnails Live Preview and provisioning packages not being applied in certain circumstances that required elevation.
- Additionally, the update resolves a printing issue experienced by mobile device management (MDM) clients caused by an exception.
- The update also resolves issues with signing in to Windows Hello for Business using a PIN, resetting the keyboard layout to system default in certain console sessions, and infinite looping in Microsoft Edge WebView2 when restarting the system. process.
- Other fixes include issues with Unified Write Filter (UWF), Resilient File System (ReFS), MySQL commands on Windows Xenon containers, SMB Direct on systems with multibyte character sets, applications using DirectX on older Intel graphics drivers, and the local administrator password solution (LAPS).