As Windows 10 1909 approaches the end of next month's support period and Windows 10 Spring 2021 update is being prepared more intensively, some users are starting to see KB4023057 again.
The update KB4023057 was first released in 2018 and was available in the April 2018 Update and all older versions of Windows 10. According to the company, it adds improvements to the reliability of Windows Update and also tries to free up space on your computer for important Windows updates.
Microsoft reportedly updated update KB4023057 with additional improvements in the last week of March. The update has started circulating again, according to various user reports. However, it is not clear what additional changes (if any) this update brings.
After applying the update in Windows 10 version 1909 or version 20H2, users will notice a new tool called "Microsoft Update Health Tools”In the list of installed programs. In some cases, your device already has it installed Microsoft Update Health Tools and will be updated when you apply KB4023057.
The new Microsoft Update Health Tools application has been updated to version 18.104.22.168 since version 22.214.171.124 after KB4023057 was implemented through Windows Update.
Microsoft Update Health Tools from KB4023057 is needed to modify network settings, clean registry keys, repair disabled or corrupted data, free up disk space, and restore the Windows Update Database to ensure that your device is compatible with the next feature update.
As you may know, the Windows 10 November 2019 Update is nearing the end of its support period in May. Those using this version are already pushing for an upgrade from Microsoft to one of the 2004 or 20H2 versions. If you are still using Windows 10 November 2019 Update, the upgrade notification will appear on the taskbar.
Unfortunately, in some cases, mainly due to compatibility issues, some may not see the May 2020 Update or the October 2020 Update.