Windows 10 problems in cumulative February updates

Many of the cumulative updates for Windows 10 released by Microsoft in the Patch Tuesday February February are causing two new issues that were recently confirmed by the company.

The first is a new error that can damage certain functions Internet Explorer.

"After you install this update, Internet Explorer may not load images with a reverse vertical (\) in their source path", he says the company adds that the easiest solution is to "change the inverse perpendicular (\) to the relative path of the image element."

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The company explains that it is already trying to fix the problem, and that it will fix it with an update probably in the next Patch Tuesday.

The second issue after the February updates is causing problems for applications that use Microsoft Jet databases in the Access 95 file format. Microsoft claims that the problem causes these applications to crash accidentally. Surprisingly, the Patch Tuesday-February fixes a similar error in Access 97 databases.

Microsoft says the easiest way is to convert the database to an .accdb file. According to the company, an update will be released that fixes the problem by the end of the month for all Windows 10 devices.

Both errors have already been confirmed in the following cumulative Windows 10 updates:

February 12, 2019 — KB4487044 (OS Build 17763.316)
February 12, 2019 — KB4487017 (OS Build 17134.590)
February 12, 2019 — KB4486996 (OS Build 16299.967)
February 12, 2019 — KB4487020 (OS Build 15063.1631)
February 12, 2019 — KB4487026 (OS Build 14393.2791)
February 12, 2019 — KB4487018 (OS Build 10240.18132)


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