Microsoft is preparing for the release of another cumulative update, this time for the latest version of Windows 10 called the May 2019 Update or version 1903.
The cumulative update KB4501375 is currently available to users who are registered for the May 2019 Update of Windows Insider.
After installing KB4501375, the Windows build number becomes 18362.207.
The update is only offered to the company's testers and so there is no changelog yet. Of course, more information is expected to be released after the official release of the update via Windows Update.
Meanwhile, there are indications that the cumulative update KB4501375 corrects a logs error that occurred from previous updates published in Patch Tuesday.
According to Microsoft:
When you try to deploy, view, or create Custom Views in the Event Viewer, you may receive the error: "MMC has detected an error in a snap-in and will unload it." The application may stop responding or even shut down.
The bug also affects older versions of Windows 10, but Microsoft could try to do the Insider May 2019 Update before releasing an update for everyone.
In addition to the cumulative update KB4501375, Microsoft has also released a new servicing stack update for Windows 10. The KB4506933 update is also available to users who are registered for the May 2019 Update of Windows Insider, without a changelog.
Those registered in the Release Preview ring can get the updates from the route:
Settings - Update and Security - Windows Update - Check for updates or Settings - Update & Security - Windows Update - Check for updates.