Once Microsoft managed to solve all key issues with the May 2019 Update and the giant announced its availability for all devices (including corporate ones), several cumulative updates entered the stage, which ruined the ongoing work for months to ensure stability. Best known the problems concern the Start menu and the system search engine, and Microsoft does not yet know how to go about it. As if that wasn't enough, the Edge browser was also affected.
This time everything breaks down with cumulative update KB4517389 (OS Build 18362.418) of October 8. Ironically, the most important point on the list of changes is talking about patches for Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer. However, they relate to security, not to action. And it was with this that problems arose. Users in the Microsoft Community forum report that the browser has stopped running at all and attempts to reinstall KB4517389 do not help. Internet Explorer starts normally instead.
Users say that only uninstalling KB4517389 solves the problem with Edge. Unfortunately, this deprives them of the latest security patches. However, some report that they cannot install the cumulative update itself because the installation attempt ends with an error message.
Microsoft has not yet referred to these reports and no precautionary measures are known (other than uninstalling / not installing updates). However, we have only half a month, so there is a chance that the giant will solve these problems before its end. So there is a chance that the patches will be included in the second round of October updates. If not, there will be November Patch Tuesday or hotfixes outside this usual cycle.
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