Every month’s second Tuesday brings in good news for Microsoft users as the Microsoft products receive security patch upgrades. Windows 11 has officially released the new Tuesday Patch for Windows 11 software. The new update will come with the Windows 11 22000.493 build and comes with a long list of improvements and upgraded features.
Although the users are still waiting for support for Android apps, the new Widgets button and other gestures were teased by Microsoft last month. Another major release is expected this month with Android apps support. The cumulative patch of Windows 11 comes with Windows 11 22000.493 (KB5010386) build number.
Changelog for the Windows 11 22000.493 update
As for the changes, Microsoft will address a huge list of bugs in this update. This list includes a lot of fixes like the Auto-hide feature of the taskbar, Volume icon on the taskbar, App icons display, IME and Language updates, Auto brightness low-light response, File Explorer browsing issues, color rendering for image editing programs, and more. The new update will also bring in a new “Your Microsoft Account” page in the Settings app and the new HelpWith feature that’ll use Bing for suggestions in the Settings app. Apart from the listed fixes, this update will bring in a major fix. The update addresses the issue that causes the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol modify operation to fail if the operation contains the UserAccountControl and SamAccountName attributes.
How to install the new Windows 11 22000.493 (KB5010386) update?
As for the Windows 11 22000.493 (KB5010386) update, this new build will knock up the compatible PCs with the bug fixes, improvements, and enhancements while also updating to the latest security patch. The new build will be available for manually sideloading or you can also download the latest patch.
The new Windows 11 22000.493 (KB5010386) update is already available for several users. With the build rolling over the air, you can easily download it start using it. You can simply head over to the Settings app, then move to the Windows Update, and easily Update your device to the latest Update.