The new update KB5007253 is now coming to all PCs with Windows 10 versions 21H2, 21H1, 20H2 and 2004. Like other optional cumulative updates, it is available through Windows Update. However, Microsoft has also made the direct download links available.
Windows 10 KB5007253 is now available with some fixes
Windows 10 KB5007253 is part of the November update 2021 and also the first update for version 21H2 (November 2021) recently released into the production channel. Of course, Build 19044.1382 or Build 19043.1382 is provided with an optional update.
This update introduces build changes for all supported versions of Windows 10. If you have already updated to version 21H2 “November 2021”, you will receive Windows 10 build 19044.1382. On the other hand, if it’s the May 2021 update, it will be in build 19043.1382. If you are on version 20H2, you will finally get build 19043.1382.
The optional November update contains several bug fixes and improvements for Windows 10 version 2004 and higher. For example, we fixed a situation where certain fonts were causing rendering issues.
However, there was another bug where the letters appeared at the wrong angle. Fortunately, it was also resolved.
Another situation that was fixed concerns a bug where Excel would stop working under certain circumstances when exporting a file to PDF.
The update is available via automatic Windows updates or via this link.
This update aims to improve the Windows 10 November update which, while significant, does not contain many new things. At least in terms of design and functions for the normal user. And that even makes sense. Windows 10 is currently more aimed at companies that for whatever reason cannot migrate to Windows 11, or at least not for the time being.
The WPA3 H2E standard for improved WLAN security was supported from the start. Then Windows Hello for Business supports a simpler implementation. There are also improvements in support for Linux.
As you can see, there aren’t many improvements in this new version. This makes sense because by this point Microsoft has removed everything it needed to remove and the rest of the news comes in via updates to the Microsoft Store.