What you need to know
- Microsoft shipped a new set of cumulative Windows 10 updates today.
- The updates correct printer errors that are plagueing some versions of Windows 10.
- The updates are currently available for versions 1909, 1903, 1809, and 1803.
Microsoft today released a new set of cumulative updates intended to correct an issue that has been plaguing every version of Windows 10 since the release of June's cumulative updates. Currently, the updates are only available for Windows 10 versions 1909, 1903, 1809, and 1803. However, once installed, they should correct errors encountered when trying to print something, whether to a physical printer or software-based printer.
An out-of-band optional update is now available for the following versions of Windows 10 on the Microsoft Update Catalog to address a known issue in which certain printers may be unable to print after installing updates released June 9, 2020.An out-of-band optional update is now available for the following versions of Windows 10 on the Microsoft Update Catalog to address a known issue in which certain printers may be unable to print after installing updates released June 9, 2020.— Windows Update (@WindowsUpdate) June 16, 2020June 16, 2020
Here's a look at the release notes for each update:
Microsoft recommends (opens in new tab) that you only install one of these updates if you're having issues with printing after applying the updates released on June 9. For more, you can find the release notes for each cumulative update at Microsoft's support site (opens in new tab).
Wonder if this will work. Had to disable updates on my parents printers.
Everytime an update came out, the printing was affected, it would stop,
or drivers would break everytime.
I finally had to rollback to when they actually worked, and stop all updates. Get with it microsoft. later
If MS doesn't fix their ongoing update mess up they will be out of the consumer competition sooner than later. That is why after you try an apple computer you don't want to go back. RELIABILITY is everything in the tech world.
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