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Windows 10 version 1909 Build 18363.449

Windows 10 version 1909 Build 18363.449 | 6.7 Gb

The Microsoft product team is pleased to announce the availability of Windows 10 version 19H2 build 18363.449. This build includes all of the latest 19H2 features as well as the latest fixes included as part of KB4522355.

October 24, 2019 - KB4522355 (OS Build 18363.449)

- Updates an issue that prevents Microsoft Narrator from working in certain touch mode scenarios.
- Updates an issue that starts assistive technology (AT) (such as Microsoft Narrator, Magnifier, or NVDA) after signing in when you've configured it to start before signing in.
- Updates an issue that causes Magnifier to stop working in certain scenarios, and you have to restart it manually.
- Updates an issue that causes Microsoft Narrator to stop working in the middle of a session in certain scenarios.
- Updates an issue that might prevent a scroll bar from being selected.
- Updates an issue that allows a device to go to Sleep (S3) even if you configure the device to never sleep.
- Updates an issue that prevents you from shrinking a window in some cases.
- Updates an issue that prevents you from connecting to a virtual private network (VPN).
- Updates an issue that causes screen flickering or is slow to display the screen when you show application thumbnails on a monitor that has high dots per inch (DPI).
- Updates an issue that causes the tile for the Photos app to appear larger than expected in the Start menu under certain conditions.
- Updates an issue that causes the system to stop responding at the sign-in screen.
- Updates an issue that might cause a black screen to appear the first time you sign in after installing a feature or quality update.
- Updates an issue that causes the Start menu, the Cortana Search bar, Tray icons, or Microsoft Edge to stop responding in certain scenarios after installing a monthly update.

- Addresses an issue with the behavior of the Origin HTTP header when you use Internet Explorer to make cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) requests to redirect resources in internal subnets.
- Addresses an issue that prevents Microsoft Narrator from working in certain touch mode scenarios.
- Addresses an issue with syncing settings from the Accounts page when the "Continue experiences on this device" Group Policy is disabled.
- Addresses an issue that starts assistive technology (AT) (such as Microsoft Narrator, Magnifier, or NVDA) after signing in when the Ease of Access Center setting requires AT to start before signing in.
- Addresses an error message that appears when you open an app after enabling NT Virtual DOS Machine (NTVDM) and the legacy console mode. The error message is, "OACClearArry: Cannot connect to Trace32 OLE Automation server. Error code: -2147483645."
- Addresses an issue that causes Magnifier to stop working in certain scenarios, and the user must restart it manually.
- Updates time zone information for Norfolk Island, Australia.
- Updates time zone information for the Fiji Islands.
- Addresses an issue that causes Microsoft Narrator to stop working in the middle of a user session in certain scenarios.
- Addresses an issue that fails to set the default Command Prompt window color when you use the color command without a parameter.
- Addresses an issue that causes the Microsoft Windows Search Indexer (searchindexer.exe) to add or repair required access control lists (ACLs) without checking if ACLs exist.
- Addresses an issue in which controls in Win32 applications intermittently fail to render correctly when started from a logoff script using the "Run shutdown scripts visible" policy.
- Addresses an issue in which installing many fonts in the system causes applications to stop responding.
- Addresses an issue with high CPU usage in Desktop Window Manager (dwm.exe) when you disconnect from a Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) session.
- Addresses an issue that might prevent a scroll bar from being selected when an ActiveX control implements the CScrollView class. This occurs if you move the Internet Explorer window, which then moves the scroll bar to the left.
- Addresses an issue that allows the system to go to Sleep (S3) after two minutes of inactivity even if you configure the sleep timer to never sleep.
- Addresses an issue that prevents users from reducing the size of a window in some cases.
- Addresses an issue that causes Microsoft SharePoint file names to appear incorrectly in the Quick access and Recent items folders.
- Addresses an issue that prevents you from establishing virtual private network (VPN) connections.
- Addresses an issue that causes screen flickering or is slow to display the screen when you show application thumbnails on high dots per inch (DPI) monitors.
- Addresses an issue with incorrect permissions on a user's class registry keys that prevents users from opening files, links, and applications.
- Addresses an issue that causes the tile for the Photos app to appear larger than expected in the Start menu under certain conditions.
- Addresses an issue that causes the system to stop responding at the sign-in screen.
- Addresses an issue with the multifactor unlock policy of Windows Hello for Business, which fails to show the default sign-in option on Windows 10 devices.
- Addresses an issue that causes Windows Search to close unexpectedly when a Group Policy applies sub-groups to the Start menu layout.
- Addresses an issue that prevents you from retrieving the correct Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) information by setting the DHCP LeaseTerminatesTime and LeaseObatinedTime parameters to the correct format.
- Addresses an issue with diagnostic data processing when a device has the Diagnostic data setting enabled and set to Basic.
- Addresses an issue that prevents Internet Explorer from opening when Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) is being used to roam many favorites.
- Addresses an issue that improves the reliability of the UE-V AppMonitor.
- Addresses an issue in which Microsoft AppLocker might prevent an application from running or log a false positive error instead of running the application.
- Addresses an issue that prevents netdom.exe from displaying the new ticket-granting ticket (TGT) delegation bit for the display or query mode.
- Addresses an issue that might cause Direct Access servers to use a large amount of non-paged pool memory (pooltag: NDnd).
- Addresses an issue with AppContainer firewall rules that leak when guest users or mandatory user profile users sign in and sign out from Windows Server.
- Addresses an issue that prevents the Unified Write Filter (UWF) servicing mode of Windows Update from working with the Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server.
- Addresses an issue that causes all Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) dynamic ports to be consumed. As a result, network communications will fail for any protocol or operation using dynamic ports.
- Addresses an issue with applications and scripts that call the NetQueryDisplayInformation API or the WinNT provider equivalent. They might fail to return results after the first page of data, often 50 or 100 entries. When requesting additional pages, you might receive the error, "1359: an internal error occurred."
- Addresses an issue that disrupts window ordering after tooltips appear in the RemoteApp window.
- Improves an access control list (ACL) check for Known Folders to prevent a black screen that appears the first time a user signs in after installing a feature or quality update.
- Addresses an issue with evaluating the compatibility status of the Windows ecosystem to help ensure application and device compatibility for all updates to Windows.
- Addresses issue with Autopilot self-deploying mode and White glove deployments.
- Addresses an issue in which the pszTargetName parameter was set incorrectly in the InitializeSecurityContext() API.
- Addresses an issue that causes the Start menu, the Cortana Search bar, Tray icons, or Microsoft Edge to stop responding in certain scenarios after installing a monthly update.

The newly renamed 'Windows 10 November 2019 Update' is nearing release. But given the company's past naming conventions, it might not show up until November.
Microsoft now says the year's second Windows 10 feature upgrade would be released shortly and has given it the guileless name of "Windows 10 November 2019 Update."
"We believe that Build 18363.418 is the final build," Brandon LeBlanc, a senior program manager on the Windows Insider team, wrote in a Friday post to a company blog.
Also known as 1909 in Microsoft's four-digit yymm notation, this upgrade is notable for what it is not: It is not a feature upgrade as Microsoft has defined the term in the past. Instead, 1909 will be little more than a rerun of the spring's 1903, including all the fixes Microsoft has made to that version since its May debut, and a very small number of new features.
Pundits quickly drew comparisons to the "service packs" of Microsoft's past, when it would collect months or even years' worth of fixes for a version of Windows into a package that would quickly bring systems up to date. Others, including Computerworld have noted that the sparseness of 1909 means Microsoft is turning its twice-annual cadence into a major (spring) and minor (fall) tempo.
In July, Computerworld deciphered the Microsoft announcements that outlined how 1909 would be vastly different from the feature upgrades of the past. Among the most important changes: devices running 1903 will upgrade to 1909 using the same servicing mechanisms as do the monthly security updates.
Questions yet abound about 1909, even though Microsoft is close to launching the refresh. Four of the five still-open queries Computerworld posed last month, for example, have yet to be answered.
Although LeBlanc said, "We are now getting the Windows 10 November 2019 Update (19H2) ready for release," implying that 1909 would be launched shortly, Microsoft also stuck "November" in its name. When Microsoft has used a month in the name of a Windows 10 feature upgrade, it has used the month of release (as with 1803 and 1903, each released late in the month noted in their names) or a month prior to release (as with 1809). It has never delivered a feature upgrade earlier than the month in its name.
That pattern would argue that Microsoft will wait several or more weeks - until Nov. 1 or later - to start distributing 1909.
When Microsoft introduced the minor release it planned for the fall of 2019, it said it was "a September-targeted release of Windows." At the time, Computerworld believed Microsoft would easily meet that schedule because of the few new features or changes 1909 would contain. It is unclear why Microsoft was unable to make its own target for the launch given the paucity of new features.

Windows 10 version 1909, codenamed "19H2," will be the eight major refresh since the original release, which Microsoft is working to release in November 2019.
19H2 will be the second semi-annual update arriving in 2019, and while it'll include new features and improvements, unlike previous releases, this is expected to be a minor update available as a quality update, similar to a service pack.

The next feature update for Windows 10 (known in the Windows Insider Program as 19H2) will be a scoped set of features for select performance improvements, enterprise features, and quality enhancements. To deliver these updates in a less disruptive fashion, we will deliver this feature update in a new way, using servicing technology (like the monthly update process) for customers running the May 2019 Update who choose to update to the new release. When 19H2 is officially released, it will be referred to as "version 1909."
The following new features are being introduced as part of this update.
- This update will be published to WSUS so that customers can deploy and manage Insider Preview builds alongside their standard ConfigMan/WSUS approach.
- We are offering pre-release support for 19H2 offered to Windows Insider Program for Business (WIP4Biz) customers who face blocking issues that prevent them from feature evaluation or device use.
- Windows containers require matched host and container version. This restricts customers and limits Windows containers from supporting mixed-version container pod scenarios This update includes 5 fixes to address this and allow the host to run down-level containers on up-level for process (Argon) isolation.
- A fix to allow OEMs to reduce the inking latency based on the hardware capabilities of their devices rather than being stuck with latency selected on typical hardware configuration by the OS.
- Key-rolling or Key-rotation feature enables secure rolling of Recovery passwords on MDM managed AAD devices upon on demand request from Microsoft Intune/MDM tools or upon every time recovery Password (If need) used to unlock the BitLocker protected drive. This feature will help prevent accidental recovery password disclosure as part of manual BitLocker drive unlock by users.
- A change to enable third-party digital assistants to voice activate above the Lock screen.
- You can now quickly create an event straight from the Calendar flyout on the Taskbar. Just select the date and time at the lower right corner of the Taskbar to open the Calendar flyout and pick your desired date and start typing in the text box-you'll now see inline options to set a time and location.
- The navigation pane on the Start menu now expands when you hover over it with your mouse to better inform where clicking goes.
- We have added friendly images to show what is meant by "banner" and "Action Center" when adjusting the notifications on apps in order to make these settings more approachable and understandable.
- Notifications settings under Settings > System > Notifications will now default to sorting notification senders by most recently shown notification, rather than sender name. This makes it easier to find and configure frequent and recent senders. We have also added a setting to turn off playing sound when notifications appear.
- We now show the options to configure and turn off notifications from an app/website right on the notification, both as a banner and in Action Center.
- We have added a "Manage notifications" button to the top of Action Center that launches the main "Notifications & actions" Settings page.
- We have added additional debugging capabilities for newer Intel processors. This is only relevant for hardware manufacturers.
- We have made general battery life and power efficiency improvements for PCs with certain processors.
- A CPU may have multiple "favored" cores (logical processors of the highest available scheduling class). To provide better performance and reliability, we have implemented a rotation policy that distributes work more fairly among these favored cores.
- We have enabled Windows Defender Credential Guard for ARM64 devices for additional protection against credential theft for enterprises deploying ARM64 devices in their organizations.
- We have enabled the ability for enterprises to supplement the Windows 10 in S Mode policy to allow traditional Win32 (desktop) apps from Microsoft Intune.
- We're updating the search box in File Explorer to now be powered by Windows Search. This change will help integrate your OneDrive content online with the traditional indexed results.
- We have added the ability for Narrator and other assistive technologies to read and learn where the FN key is located on keyboards and what state it is in (locked versus unlocked).
According to the company, the new approach will help to complete the update on time, and it'll be a less disruptive deployment as the Windows 10 19H2 won't require a full installation of the OS. However, because it'll be an incremental update, devices will require the Windows 10 May 2019 Update before you can install the 19H2 update manually.
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Product: Microsoft Windows
Version: 10 version 1909 (19H2) build 18363.449 *
Supported Architectures: 32bit / 64bit
Website Home Page :

Language: english
System Requirements: PC **
Size: 6.7 Gb

Name ISO x86:win_10_aio_5in1_1909.18363.449.2019_octobre_x8 6
Name ISO x64:win_10_aio_5in1_1909.18363.449.2019_octobre_x6 4
Size x86:2,75 GB (2.960.431.435 bytes)
Size x64:3,90 GB (4.194.545.995 bytes)
SHA1 x86:5485b330f8f68efa4319e1fafaa22036e36866db
SHA1 x64:b053b2be8b1d0dc2c5f84c8ef807e69da0cc4d8d
Activation:Permantly Activation( Generate Digital License) v62.01
Build Number:10.0.18363.449
Features:Net 3.5 Enabled
Windows 10 Edition list included:
- Windows 10 Education"
- Windows 10 Enterprise"
- Windows 10 Pro"
- Windows 10 Pro Education"
- Windows 10 Pro for Workstations"

Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster.
RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB).
Free space on hard disk: 16 gigabytes (GB).
Graphics card: DirectX 9 graphics device or a newer version.
Additional requirements to use certain features.
To use touch you need a tablet or monitor that supports multitouch.
To access the Windows store to download and run apps, you need an active Internet connection and a screen resolution of at least 1024 x 768 pixels.




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