v2004 Patch Imminent?

Alex 41 Reputation points
2020-06-12T02:14:20.003+00:00

Hi everyone,

After recently updating from v1909 to v2004, the system became unstable (which has been well-documented online) so I contacted a Microsoft Windows Advisor for assistance...

He recommended rolling back to v1909, which I've since done, and to hold tight til a patch is released.

He added that patches are typically released 'on the 2nd Thursday of the month', or something to that effect, I don't recall exactly. Does this sound familiar?

At any rate, does anyone have a sense of when to expect the patch?

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  1. Anonymous
    2020-06-12T02:20:09.627+00:00

    Yes, and you can find known and resolved issues here.

    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/release-information/

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4555932

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  1. Alex 41 Reputation points
    2020-06-13T03:16:30.797+00:00

    Hi @DSPatrick ,

    Thanks again for your help! :)

    Super-helpful stuff, going straight to the bookmarks.

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    So it looks security updates ("revisions") get released on the "2nd Tuesday of the month".

    And the "Windows release health dashboard" https://aka.ms/WRHD/2004 found in the second page you link to contains details about all of the issues fixed.