June ‘Patch Tuesday’ fixes rolling out to April 2018 Update PCs

It’s the second Tuesday in June, which means it’s time for another batch of cumulative updates from Microsoft. Like with all previous Patch Tuesday releases, June’s a number of fixes, but no new feature updates.

For those on the latest Windows 10 release, the April 2018 Update, today’s fixes are rolling out as KB4284835 (build 17134.112). And while this rollout addresses a number of bugs, it also contains a crucial fix for an issue affecting brightness controls on some laptops. This seems to have been most noticeable on HP EliteBooks, but you should see an improvement if you’ve experienced issues on other laptops as well.

Here’s a look at all of what’s fixed in the April 2018 Update Patch Tuesday release:

This update also contains a single known issue:

Issue: Some users running Windows 10 version 1803 may receive an error “An invalid argument was supplied” when accessing files or running programs from a shared folder using the SMBv1 protocol.

Workaround Enable SMBv2 or SMBv3 on both the SMB server and the SMB client, as described in KB2696547. Microsoft is working on a resolution that will be available later in June.

As is typical, we’re also expecting Patch Tuesday updates to roll out to other currently supported versions of Windows, including older Windows 10 releases. For more, you can find all of the release notes for current and previously released cumulative updates at Microsoft.

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