Microsoft has rolled out fresh cumulative updates for Windows 10 KB5026435 and KB5027215 versions 22H2, 21H2, 21H1, and 1809, featuring bug fixes, security enhancements, and exciting new features.
One standout addition is a revamped search box experience on the Windows 10 taskbar. Users sporting a top, bottom, regular, or small icons taskbar will now enjoy a search box, granting swift access to apps, files, settings, and more from both Windows and the web.
The updates also bring a slew of bug fixes, addressing issues such as access to Tab settings for IE mode sites, installation of multi-function label printers, and the touch keyboard.
Moreover, users can now receive up to three high-priority toast notifications concurrently, meaning there can be three high-priority notifications and one normal-priority notification.
These updates will be automatically installed on most devices over the next few days, but users can manually install them by navigating to Settings > Windows Update > Check for Updates.
Check out the other fixes introduced in this update:
- Improved access to Tab settings for IE mode sites
- Resolved installation issues for some multi-function label printers
- This update tackles an issue with the touch keyboard, where it occasionally displays the incorrect layout based on the current input scope.
- This update resolves an issue where the touch keyboard sometimes fails to open.
Microsoft has identified only one long-standing issue with this update:
- Custom offline media or ISO images may have Microsoft Edge Legacy removed, but not replaced with the new, modern Microsoft Edge browser.
If you encounter any issues with Windows 10 after installing the updates, feel free to contact Microsoft support for assistance.