Microsoft fixes a bug causing a 0x1E error when closing Windows 10


Taras Buria


Aug 24, 2022 1:42 a.m. EDT

Microsoft has released a new unsafe cumulative update for users who are sticking to one of the older versions of Windows 10. KB5016690 (build number 17763.3346) is now available for download on systems running Windows 10 2019 LTSC and Server 2019. Home and Pro users will not receive this update as Microsoft stopped supporting Windows 10 version 1809 in May 2021.

The main highlight of KB5016690 is a fix for the bug causing a 0x1E error when users attempt to shut down or restart their systems. Here is the rest of the change log containing more technical improvements and fixes:

Users can download KB5016690 from Windows Update (in the optional updates section) or the Microsoft Update catalog.

It should be noted that Windows 10 2019 LTSC Editions and Server 2019 will soon stop receiving optional non-security updates (C versions). As of September 20, 2022, only cumulative security updates (versions B) or “Patch Tuesday” will be available.

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