Win10 cumulative update patch KB5007186 push, 2004 version will stop supporting (download attached)


According to the contribution of netizen @zhirouAbby, Microsoft has pushed KB5007186 cumulative update for Win10 2004, 20H2, 21H1 users.

Microsoft said that the Windows 10 2004 version will end of service on December 14, 2021, and recommends that users update the operating system.

According to the official changelog, the Windows 10 KB5007186 cumulative update includes quality improvements:

Addresses an issue where some apps may have unexpected results when rendering certain UI elements or drawing within the app. The problem occurs with applications that use GDI+ and set a zero (0) width pen object on high dots per inch (DPI) or high-resolution displays, or when the application scales.

This security update includes 6 critical updates and 49 important updates:

20 privilege escalation vulnerabilities;

2 security feature bypass vulnerabilities;

15 remote code execution vulnerabilities; 10 information disclosure vulnerabilities;

3 denial of service vulnerabilities;

4 spoofing vulnerabilities.

Windows 10 users can look for updates in System Updates, orClick here to download and update manually

In addition, Microsoft has pushed for Win11 usersKB5007215 Cumulative Update, similar to Windows 10, the update brings security fixes, including the aforementioned app element drawing issues.