A new Windows 10 update is now available that fixes crashes and improves Secure Boot


So Microsoft has released an update for Windows 10 for resolving some issues. This is the preliminary version of the patch KB5012636 that will reach all users in the next update on Tuesdays to solve several problems and improve some things.

We are talking about a patch that is not a security patch, but mainly fixes problems with the Windows Defender control panel that was causing crashes and crashes on the desktop , as well as improving the Windows Secure Boot component.

Download is available manually

In addition to improving the Windows Secure Boot component , this update addresses issues with remote connection sessions being closed and unresponsive, crashing systems that take up to 40 minutes to reboot, and even issues that cause Windows to stop working when Certain policies are enforced with Windows Defender.


This update is not available for now through Windows Update, but through the Microsoft update catalog , so if you have been affected by any of the problems it fixes, you can download it manually and install it immediately. The rest of the users will receive it in a couple of weeks.

Microsoft has offered this type of preview release for those who want to download updates as soon as possible for them, and that is, mainly for those who are affected by the problems they resolve and to have more time to test their stability before releasing. to the general public.

KB5012636 is available for Windows 10 version 1809 and later. Moreover, it applies to Windows 10 Enterprise 2019 LTSC, Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 2019, Windows 10 IoT Core 2019 LTSC, and Windows Server 2019.