Microsoft issues a cumulative update KB4476976 to resolve issues in the action center


Microsoft has released the KB4476976 cumulative update for Windows Insiders in the Release Preview Ring, which includes the fixes for the Windows 10 Version 1809 Edition release center that was sent to customers on October 2.

In addition, Windows Insiders' preview previews are the only ones that will be able to test the 'Collective Update for Windows 10 for Version 1809' as displayed in Windows Update.

After using this cumulative update, the Windows 10 build number will change to 17763.288, as opposed to making OS 17763.134 available to everyone else.

Microsoft has also issued a list of changes detailing the changes in this update to issue a release preview:

We've fixed a problem in which the Action Center will suddenly appear on the opposite side of the screen before it appears on the right page.

We've fixed the issue that caused the Action Center icon to show a number of unread announcements, but when you opened an action center, it would be blank.

In addition to the two fixes detailed in the change log, as some users have noticed, cumulative update 2019-01 for Windows 10 version 1809 will also fix the problem that causes the notifications in the action center to disappear when the icon clicks faster than usual.

Collective update for KB4476976
Collective update KB4476976 (deskmodder)

Users have problems with January cumulative updates

On January 8th, Microsoft also released new aggregated updates for Windows 10, version 1809, version 1803, and version 1709, as part of the Patch Tuesday monthly cycle that includes general fixes and security enhancements.

On the same day, Microsoft also provides KB4480960 and KB4480970 updates for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, which are related to networking and licensing issues in response to multiple reports from home and business users .

Given that Windows users already have problems with some of the updates that were released as part of January, Microsoft will most likely add the fixes it's currently testing to the Release Preview render for future operating system updates that are available to all customers .


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