KB4023057 with Microsoft Update Health Tools
Microsoft Update Health Tools it looks to be released with update KB4023057, a mandatory update for all versions of the operating system.
It is being re-released by Microsoft, especially when a device is nearing the end of its support period or a major feature update is coming.
In the last week of February, Microsoft resumed launching KB4023057 and reported that it included "reliability improvements to Windows Update Service components."
KB4023057 was first released for the April 2018 Update (1803) and added improvements to the reliability of Windows Update. The update has since been released several times with support for all new versions of the operating system.
Microsoft confirmed now that KB4023057 is available for Windows 10 version 20H2, version 2004 and of course for all older versions. It's supposed to remove any upgrade blocks, modify the registry, change the network and Windows Update settings to enforce feature updates.
Interestingly, some users have noticed that update KB4023057 also contains a new DLL file, which is for "Microsoft Update Health Tools".
What is Microsoft Update Health Tools?
Microsoft Update Health Tools will reset your network settings, clean the registry, repair disabled or corrupted items, free up disk space, and restore the Windows Update database if something "blocks the installation of updates."
Microsoft Update Health Tools is designed to run in the background only when it detects problems with Windows Update.
"Microsoft Update Health Tools" is not a new software and was first released by the company last year. From today it is released to more users with the update KB4023057 of Windows 10.
To see if you have Microsoft Update Health Tools on your system:
Open Settings, click on "Apps", under "Apps & Features", search for "Microsoft Update Health Tools".
At the moment it seems that these tools are available for a few users.