The optional KB4550945 update for Windows 10 v1909 and Windows 10 v1903 is out. Listed here are direct download links to the KB4550945 offline installer.
This really is another patch Tuesday and Microsoft released another Windows 10 update with some fixes and improvements. Unlike the previous updates, KB4550945 is an optional update. Which means, the KB4550945 update will not install automatically. However, should you open the Settings app, you’ll see it under the Optional Updates sections, provided your system meets the requirements.
Like with all updates, you are able to install the update directly in the Settings app. Just open the Settings app, go to “Update & Security “→ Windows Update” and click around the “Check for updates” button. Once you do that, Windows will check for and install all the available updates.
If you wish to download offline installers for that KB4550945 update, use the download links below. Offline installers are useful if your system is unable to connect to the internet or wish to bulk install it on multiple systems.
Direct Download Links for KB4550945 Offline Installer
To create things easier for you, I found the direct download links for KB4550945 for both Windows 10 32-bit and 64-bit systems. Based on your system type, download the update while using below links and install it like every other Windows software. After installing, restart the system and also you are good to go.
KB4550945 x84 (32-bit) offline installer (download size: 194.4 MB)
KB4550945 x64 (64-bit) offline installer (download size: 361.0 MB)
KB4550945 x86 (32-bit) offline installer (download size: 194.4 MB)
KB4550945 x64 (64-bit) offline installer (download size: 358.0 MB)
If you would like KB4550945 download links for Windows Server, ARM64 based systems, or some other version the go towards the Microsoft update catalog website to find the appropriate links. All you need to do is click on the Download button next to the appropriate version.
KB4550945 Change Log
Addresses an issue that prevents certain apps from opening after you upgrade from the previous version of Windows, and a Bad Image exception dialog box appears.
Addresses in an issue that turns off notifications for devices that use a virtual private network (VPN) on the cellular network.
Addresses an issue that prevents you from resuming a Microsoft Xbox game on a Windows device after upgrading from the previous version of Windows.
Addresses an issue that causes a box that contains multiple lines of text to prevent responding in certain scenarios.
Addresses an issue that prevents the touch keyboard from appearing during sign in when the user is prompted for the password.
Addresses an issue that prevents the touch keyboard from opening in Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps when USB devices are connected.
Addresses an issue that displays incorrect folder properties in File Explorer once the path is longer than MAX_PATH.
Addresses an issue that prevents the correct lock screen from appearing when all from the following are true:
The Group Policy Object (GPO) policy “Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\Security Options\Interactive Logon: Do not require Ctrl+Alt+Del Computer” is disabled.
The GPO policy “Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\Logon\Turn off app notifications around the lock screen” is enabled.
The registry key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\System\DisableLogonBackgroundImage is set to 1.
Addresses an issue that generates unexpected notifications related to changing the default application settings.
Addresses an issue that causes the sign in screen to be blurry.
Addresses an issue that causes Windows Update to stop responding when you check for updates.
Addresses an issue that prevents the Sign in options page from opening while using ms-settings:signinoptions-launchfingerprintenrollment Uniform Resource Identifier (URI).
Addresses an issue with Bluetooth group policy settings on Microsoft Surface Pro X devices.
Addresses an issue that causes a KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_FAILURE (139) stop error when Windows resumes from Sleep and turns on certain Bluetooth headsets.