Fixing High Memory Usage and System Crashes with KB4467699



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Microsoft today began releasing a new series of cumulative updates for Windows 10. Although the latest version, the October 2018 update, is not included in this package, patches will be distributed on several versions, ranging from the April 2018 update to the anniversary update. This update fixes high memory usage and other system crashes.

Each of these updates should now be available via Windows Update. Note that Jubilee and Creators Update updates are no longer supported for consumers, but today’s updates are available for Windows 10 Education and Enterprise customers.

Improvements and corrections

This update contains high quality improvements. No new functionality has been provided for the work programs.

  • Fix a problem that interrupts navigation through all periods to stop working on the Japanese calendar case.
  • Fixed a problem with the date structure of the Japanese era calendar.
  • Fix a problem where the GetCalendarInfo function returns an incorrect era name on the first business day of the Japanese era.
  • Fix a problem that prevents terms from being deleted from the Microsoft Business Dictionary using the options.
  • Correct time zone changes for typical Russian daylight saving time.
  • Fixes a problem in Universal CRT that sometimes causes FMOD’s AMD64 to be implemented to return a false result when it returns fairly massive entries. FMOD is often used to implement the modulo operator in JavaScript and Python implementations that use the Universal C runtime.
  • Fix a problem that can cause abnormal memory usage when using sensitive cards.
  • Fixed a problem that prevented the program from working with the error code “0x120_fvevol!FveEowFinalSweepConvertSpecialRangesChunk”.
  • Fixed a problem that blocked ActiveX controls in the World Wide Web Explorer on 64-bit methods. This happens when you use the Windows Defender Regulate software and develop a policy that allows all ActiveX controls to work in World Wide Web Explorer.


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Before installing this update

Microsoft strongly recommends that you install the latest service stack update (SSU) for your operating system before installing the latest cumulative update (LCU). SSUs improve the reliability of the update process to minimize potential problems during the installation of the LCU. For more information, see Batch Update Management.

When you use Windows Update, the latest version of the SSU (KB4465660) is automatically offered to you. To obtain the standalone package for the latest SSU, visit the Microsoft Update Catalog.

Install this update

To download and install this update, go to Settings > Update and Security > Windows Update and select Check for Updates.

To obtain the standalone version of this update, visit the Microsoft Update Catalog website.

CONCLUSION

Microsoft is aware of the following issues with this update KB4467699. After installing this update, users may no longer be able to use the search bar in Windows Media Player when they play certain files.

Microsoft is working on a solution and will release an update in a future version.

As always, Microsoft recommends that you select Check for updates in Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update. To download the standalone version of this update, consult the Microsoft update catalog. If you need more help, go to this support page first.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4467699/windows-10-update-kb4467699



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