Windows 10

A new KB5005611 cumulative update for Windows 10 2004, Windows 10 20H2, and Windows 10 21H1 are now available to download. Windows 10 users after updating to the new KB5005611 update will find Windows 10 2004 updated to build 19041.1266, Windows 10 20H2 to build 19042.1266, and Windows 10 21H1 to build 19043.1266.

According to the latest Windows 10 KB5005611 cumulative update changelogs, it brings some major fixes including the Microsoft Outlook Stop Working error, and also makes it easier to mitigate the PrintNightmare vulnerability.

What’s new in Windows 10 KB5005611?

Windows 10 KB5005611 cumulative update brings some major bug fixes and updates to apps such as Microsoft Outlook, where it suddenly stop working during normal use. This update has also fixed an issue with Microsoft Outlook Add-in that prevents you from typing a reply.

There is also a couple of fixes and updates to the issues that cause blurry News and interests icons when you use certain screen resolutions.

The update also fixes a bug that causes News and interests to appear when you right-click the taskbar even if you have turned off that feature on your device.

The new KB5005611 update also comes with these bug fixes:

  • Microsoft has fixed an issue where Windows couldn’t remember the state of NumLock after the system reboot.
  • Microsoft has fixed an issue that causes a memory leak in lsass.exe.
  • Microsoft has fixed the Blue Screen of Death errors.

Here are the full changelogs of the latest Windows 10 KB5005611 cumulative update.

  • Updates an issue that causes the system clock to be wrong by one hour after a daylight saving time (DST) change.
  • Updates an issue that causes applications, such as Microsoft Outlook, to suddenly stop working during normal use.
  • Updates an issue with the Microsoft Outlook Add-in that prevents you from typing a reply.
  • Updates an issue that causes blurry News and interests icons when you use certain screen resolutions.
  • Updates an issue that causes News and interests to appear when you right-click the taskbar even if you have turned off that feature on your device.
  • Updates an issue that might cause distortion in the sound that Cortana and other voice assistants record.
  • Updates an issue that causes your device to stop working after you restart it.
  • Updates an issue that prevents you from providing input to apps when the taskbar is not at the bottom of the screen.

How to Download and Install Windows 10 KB5005611 cumulative update?

Notably, the Windows 10 KB5005611 is an optional update, so, it won’t download and install automatically. If you are interested, then you can download the latest Windows 10 KB5005611 update manually.

To update you can simply go to Windows Setting >> Update & Security >> and manually select the update, and click on the “Download and install” option.

Download Links for Windows 10 KB5005611 Update

If you want to download the latest Windows 10 KB5005611 on your PC manually without the need for an active Internet connection. Then you can use the below download links for the latest update. Using the below link you can manually download the Windows 10 KB5005611 update.

However, make sure the standalone installers (.msu) files you download are compatible with the edition, version, and processor of your version of Windows 10.

Editor-in-chief at Cyberockk, Rizwan is an avid mobile geek and a gaming lover. He loves to keep a tab on new tech and loves to share the latest tech news and reviews on Smartphones, Gadgets, Apps, and more.

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