Microsoft is coming with a new security update this week especially for Windows 10, version 1809, KB4494441. Some particular version of Windows 10 could demand the installation twice. The KB4494441, version 1809 has been released this Tuesday because it’s part of the Microsoft Monthly Patch Day.
The May 2019 update is for Windows 10, version 1809, because of a critical security vulnerability in the OS. The patched is enabling protection against side-channel vulnerabilities, and it enables Retpoline for better optimization and protection against the Spectra 2 Variant.
Windows 10, Version 1809, KB4494441
The update comes with a series of additional fixes for some errors that needed to be resolved. For example, the patch includes a fix for error 1309 that appears when Windows is trying to install some MSI or MSP files on a virtual drive. Also, at the same time, some users have noticed that when installing the update with a certain version of Windows 10, the installation is required twice to complete.
Also, you will see that Windows Update is listing you KB4494441 as being the name of the available update. The installation process requires a restart, and after that, a new check for Windows Update would be shown again. After that, Windows Update is showing the same update again.
Windows 10 May 2019 Update Still Presents Issues
Another reboot is necessary before Windows 10 May 2019 update is adequately installed and entirely on your device.
On the other hand, this issue is appearing in some situations only, and not all customers have to do the update twice. Microsoft hasn’t revealed the motive of the double installation of the update for some users and another no. The company is saying that the users that are facing double installation have to do exactly like that and install it twice.
To sum up, the new update for Windows 10, version 1809, KB4494441, or Windows 10 May 2019 update, can be added to the list of growing issues. For more information, you could check out the update support page from the Microsoft website.
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