Microsoft released the new official update of Windows 10, which is code-named KB4058258. It is a ‘cumulative’ update patch solving 7 pain points and is for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709). The installation of the update will see the version number upgraded from Build 16299.192 to Build 16299.214.
The new Windows 10 update takes care of 7 pain points for the users. Most importantly, it provides a solution to the AMD second video card external monitor, splashing at wake up. Next, it resolves the issue regarding the color distortion of the external gamut monitors.
Third, the update smoothens the Alt + Shift input usage for switching the delay problem. Not only that, it solves the glitches regarding subtitle compatibility and video playback title. Also, the Edge Extended Group Policy has been disabled and cannot be used.
Furthermore, the new update has improved the 32-bit Windows 10 system. As reported by the source, this was likely related to the meltdown vulnerability specter. Last but not least, it resolves the glitch of AMD’s old processor platform installation. In the previous update from January 3, code-named KB4056892, the system could not be restarted for this specific fault.
These are grand news for Windows 10 users. If you are one, share with us in the comments below about your experience after installing the update. We have this much for now and are keeping a tab to cover the next development on this for you. Stay tuned!