Update Windows 10 Version 1803 to Avoid Chrome Browser Crashes

Remember the childhood days when you bought one candy and the shopkeeper told you that one extra candy is free. You felt so much happy and thought – “I would enjoy one candy now and second candy after lunch”. Well, thanks to Microsoft those days are back again. You downloaded 4.4 GB of April 2018 update earlier and now you get to download more updates to fix the problems caused by that update.

The April 2018 major update for Windows 10 boosted the Windows version to 1803. But then people started to experience serious problems like Google Chrome browser crashes. So Microsoft has released another massive cumulative update of about 326 MB to fix these problems.

You can download these updates directly from Microsoft Update Catalog by searching for KB4103721 or just by visiting this link – https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=KB4103721. You can also wait for this update to be automatically downloaded and installed by Windows. It remains to be seen whether this update will cause new problems or everything is fixed this time.

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After you have installed this cumulative update, you will no longer see the freezing problems with Google Chrome web browser or the Microsoft Cortana issues. This will also fix some of the issues that a few Windows users were having with the way Windows was configuring VPN servers. But this cumulative update will not fix the problem with Intel solid state drives. Experts are recommending that you roll back to Windows 10 version 1709 if you have Intel SSD until Microsoft released more updates.

Many of the experts have advised people to wait and stop the Windows 10 April 2018 update for a couple of months to see if new problems arise and are reported on the internet. If everything stays fine, only then you can download and update your Windows 10 installation to version 1803. You can learn how to stop the Windows 10 April 2018 update in your PC by visiting https://www.trishtech.com/2018/05/how-to-temporarily-stop-windows-10-april-2018-update/.