In what could be a first for a version of Windows 10 Insider, Microsoft took time on Sunday pancakes to release a new version. The Windows 10 update of May 19 is currently pending because the company is trying hard not to replicate the disaster of the last major update of Windows 10. Instead of rushing to release a spring 2019 update this time, they take their time to (hopefully) do things right.
Whatever the case may be, as Brandon LeBlanc announced a few minutes ago, version 18362.116 (KB4505057) is ready for download:
Stay away from eating a bunch of pancakes to leave #WindowsInsiders in the rings of Slow and Release Preview, we know we have published 18362.116. Details here: https://t.co/ZPm0ysV2qi. Now back to pancakes.
– Brandon LeBlanc (@brandonwhite) May 19, 2019
According to the update of the blog, there are only two patches in this latest version:
UPDATE 5/19: We have released version 18362.116 (KB4505057) for Windows Insiders in slow and unobtrusive preview rings. This update includes the following fixes:
- Fixes a problem that could prevent access to some gov.uk websites that do not support HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security) security when using Internet Explorer. 11 or Microsoft Edge.
- Fixes a problem in which the installation may fail with the error "0x800f081f – CBS_E_SOURCE_MISSING".
This latest release follows the release of the latest version .113 of just five days ago. If we're lucky, we may be able to point out that the Windows 10 May 2019 update is ready for general release. We will have to wait, but it should not be much longer.
Further reading: Windows 10, Windows Insider build 18362.116