Microsoft has released the long-awaited update KB5003690 for Windows 10, which includes bug fixes and performance improvements.
Although Microsoft is currently focused on Windows 11, it does its best to solve the problems experienced in the Windows 10 version. The software giant, which had problems in the past updates, is making improvements in game performance as well as solving all the problems in the system with the KB5003690 update released today.
Windows 10 KB5003690 update fixes all problems
This update significantly improves the performance of Windows 10 in games, which is especially important for computers that slow down noticeably after installing the KB5000842 update. In addition, Microsoft is fixing a blurry text issue in the News & Interests widget, which it recently acknowledged, with this update.
An issue that made it impossible to log in with Windows Hello when entering a PIN is also among the bugs fixed. The KB5003690 update also fixes a bug that prevents fingerprint login after starting or waking the device from sleep mode.
Fixed bugs that could cause interference in certain applications when playing 5.1 Dolby Digital with certain audio devices. According to Microsoft, other large and small problems in the system are also history with this update.
You can install the update from the Start button, then Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update. If you have been complaining that your Windows has been running slow lately and you are having problems, we strongly recommend that you install this update.
Finally, let’s mention that Microsoft will introduce Windows 11 on June 24 and will release this version at the end of the year. They will probably continue to support Windows 10 with updates for another 4-5 years even after the new version is released.