Windows 11 KB5030219 is now available for download through Windows Update, offering various essential bug fixes. Microsoft has also provided direct download links for offline installers of Windows 11 KB5030219 in .msi format. We recommend downloading the .msi update package if Windows Update encounters any issues.
KB5030219 for Windows 11 is a mandatory security update, meaning it will automatically download and install in the coming days, regardless of whether you manually check for updates or not.
The September 2023 Patch Tuesday update (Windows 11 Build 22621.2134) includes several improvements, with one notable change being…
To install the September 12 Patch Tuesday update on Windows 11, follow these steps:
1. Open the “Settings” app using the Windows Search function.
2. Go to “Windows Update” and click on “Check for updates.”
3. You will see a list of available updates, click on “Download and install.”
4. Finally, click on “Restart now” to complete the update installation.
If you’re unsure, look for the following patch in the Settings:
“2023-09 Cumulative Update for Windows 11 Version 22H2 for x64-based Systems (KB5030219)”
Download Links for Windows 11 KB5030219:
– 64-bit: [Download Here](https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=KB5030219)
Changelog for Windows 11 KB5030219:
The latest Windows 11 update focuses on improving the behavior of the search bar’s flyout. Simply hovering the cursor over it will activate a search flyout box. You can adjust this behavior by right-clicking the taskbar, going to settings, and modifying the search box experience.
Additionally, this update introduces support for daylight-saving time changes in Israel. It also resolves an issue where the Search app failed to launch after selecting the search icon, especially after the device entered sleep mode.
The reliability of the Search app has been enhanced, addressing certain glitches. Issues related to the TAB key have been fixed, reducing the number of steps required to navigate through search results.
Furthermore, users relying on the Narrator tool will notice improved accuracy in identifying the search box on the taskbar, along with better highlighting within the search box.
In tablet mode, the search box, used to shrink, will now maintain its optimal size for Microsoft Surface Pro and Surface Book users.
Other enhancements in this update include fresh app default functionalities, a new policy called “Enable optional updates” for administrators, and fixes for technical issues such as rendering problems with WS_EX_LAYERED windows and high CPU usage related to the “fBlockNonDomain” policy.
Moreover, the update addresses issues with the Group Policy Service not waiting for the network to become active, as well as problems with print jobs directed to a virtual print queue. It also ensures system stability after disk partition alterations.
Lastly, the update resolves Remote Desktop session issues, occurrences of disappearing Start menu icons after initial sign-in, and unexpected behavior in settings sync.
By staying up to date with the latest Windows 11 KB5030219 update, you can enjoy a smoother and more secure user experience.