Published: Tue, October 15, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Microsoft is upping Windows security protection again

Microsoft is upping Windows security protection again

Windows 10 comes with a built-in antivirus called Windows Defender: it is not the most efficient on the market, but it may be enough if you take care of the files you run on your PC.

Despite this problem, and the aforementioned Start menu breaking bug, Microsoft's official document for the KB4517389 update still states that there are no known issues.

Some users have managed to fix the problem by simply uninstalling the KB4524147 update, but the issue returns after installing this week's KB4517389 cumulative update. The update also adds the ability for new calendar entries to be created directly from the task bar, and Microsoft is introducing new notification management options. This is the third different update in a row that breaks the start menu with the same critical error.

Microsoft has yet not been able to provide a bug-free Windows 10 1903 update to the users. Although Microsoft was quick to acknowledge the issue and promised a fix in the next few weeks, the Windows OS maker will have to address an additional issue that quite a few users have been reporting.

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Managing Windows 10 updates will always be a struggle for Microsoft Microsoft is overhauling how it delivers Windows 10 updates.

All these kinds of errors and loopholes are just polluting the reputation of Microsoft's Windows.

Windows 10 KB4517389 was released on October 8 for all consumers as an automatic update. It is now doing the rounds of Release Preview Ring Insiders. Of course, such operation is not really recommended since the update has security features, and let's be serious: Microsoft Edge isn't an unreplaceable browser, so you can live happily without it. What this means is that it installs without offering any permission to delay or manually install the update.

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