Download windows 10 KB5028166 for version 22H2 and 21H2

Windows 10 Cumulative update

Microsoft has released a new security update KB5028166 for the latest Windows 10 version 22H2. Installing this update bumps to Windows 10 build 19045.3208 and the focus is on security, reliability improvements, and fixes across the board. Also addresses issues with Windows Kernel, Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC), and mobile device management (MDM). Also Fixes the copy, save and attach files issue that affects some 32-bit apps that use a specific API. In addition to Windows Update, direct download links for Windows 10 KB5028166 offline installers are also available if you wish to install the update manually.

Download Windows 10 KB5028166

The latest update KB5028166 only applicable for All devices running Windows 10 versions 22H2, and 21H2. Well, this is an Important update, download and install automatically when your device is connected to Microsoft server. Also, you can manually install KB5028166 following the steps below.

As per usual,this update is mandatory and it will be installed automatically at some point if you don’t choose to do it yourself.

  • Right-click on the start menu select settings,
  • Go to Update & Security then windows update,
  • Now click the Check for updates button, and you will notice KB5028166 started downloading,

Download Windows 10 KB502816


  • Once done you need to restart your PC to apply the updates. After that, Windows 10 bumps to OS build 19045.3208 you can check the same using winver command.

Windows 10 build 19045.3208

Windows 10 KB5028166 Direct Download Links: 64-bit and 32-bit (x86).

If you are looking for Windows 10 version 22H2 ISO you can get it from here.

What’s new on Windows 10 Build 19045.3208

Installing Windows 10 KB5028166 bumps OS Build 19045.3208 which includes quality improvements and several bug fixes. The company noted their release note, This update contains miscellaneous security improvements to internal OS functionality.

Microsoft is busy with the development of Windows 11, today’s update actually comes with several noticeable changes only

Today’s update adds many new features and improvements to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. For more information, see Microsoft Defender for Endpoint.

With this update, you can now authenticate across Microsoft Clouds. This feature also satisfies Conditional Access checks if they are needed.

Fixes a problem where scheduled monthly tasks may not run on time if they coincide with daylight savings time changes.

Resolves an issue where registry settings under the Policies paths could be unintentionally deleted if the local temporary user policy file is not renamed during Group Policy processing.

Fixes a bug where minor updates for .msi files are not installed correctly when using the EnterpriseDesktopAppManagement configuration service provider (CSP).

Resolves an issue causing the Spooler service to stop working when printing from a specific workspace.

Fixes the failure of the tib.sys driver to load when HyperVisor-protected Code Integrity (HVCI) is enabled.

Addresses an issue with NCryptGetProperty() returning incorrect values (0x1 instead of 0x20) when called with NCRYPT_KEY_TYPE_PROPERTY, specifically for machine keys.

Resolves authentication errors to Remote Desktop Services farms, when RC4 is disabled for accounts with the “Smart Card, is Required for Interactive Logon” option enabled. The error message will no longer state that the requested encryption type is unsupported by the KDC (Key Distribution Center).

Also Improves the reliability of the Desktop Window Manager (DWM).

Known issues:

Microsoft Edge Legacy may have been removed on devices with Windows installations created from custom offline media or ISO images, but the browser may not have been replaced by the new Edge.

You can read the complete changelog here.

Windows 10 Build 17763.4645

The latest Windows 10 KB5028168 for version 1809 brings several security bug fixes and general quality improvement.

Microsoft Defender for Endpoint receives numerous new features and improvements. For more details, refer to the Microsoft Defender for Endpoint documentation.

  • The ability to share cookies between Microsoft Edge IE mode and Microsoft Edge has been added. This allows seamless cookie sharing between the two browsers.
  • Dot sourcing in Windows PowerShell now works correctly for files containing class definitions.
  • Registry settings under the Policies paths are no longer deleted unintentionally during Group Policy processing when the local temporary user policy file is not renamed.
  • The Desktop Window Manager (DWM) has been improved for better reliability.
  • A memory leak in MSCTF.dll has been addressed. The leak would occur when focus is changed in edit controls, but it is now fixed.
  • The issue with NCryptGetProperty() returning incorrect values (0x1 instead of 0x20) when called with NCRYPT_KEY_TYPE_PROPERTY for machine keys has been resolved.
  • A random issue causing significant memory growth in svchost.exe, specifically when it contains the User Access Logging Service (UALSVC), has been fixed.
  • A stop error caused by win32kfull.sys dereferencing an already freed queue entry has been addressed.
  • The tib.sys driver now loads properly when HyperVisor-protected Code Integrity (HVCI) is enabled.
  • Active Directory Users & Computers no longer stop responding when using TaskPad view to enable or disable multiple objects simultaneously.
  • MySQL commands now function correctly on Windows Xenon containers.
  • The repair of the cluster name object in failover clustering on Azure Virtual Machines is now possible.
  • A known issue affecting kiosk device profiles has been resolved. Automatic logon now works as expected, preventing devices from staying on the credential screen after Autopilot provisioning is completed.

Known issues:

  • Cluster Service might fail to start because a Cluster Network Driver is not found.

You can read the complete changelog on the support site here.

If you face any difficulty installing updates KB5028166 here read our Windows update troubleshooting guide.

Also read

Leave a Comment