Today I have installed Windows 10 patches KB4540673 & KB4541338 on the 1909 version. I was not expecting the following screen after the restart of the Windows 10 Surface Book. Windows 10 Patch Restart causing Confusing OOBE Screens! Have you seen this?
NOTE! – As per my twitter conversation, I don’t think this is wide spread issue. All the Windows 10 devices are NOT getting these screens after the patch restart.
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Yes, you can ignore the patches on my screen for now 🙂
It had given some screens to connect with the Android phone and automatically populated my phone number (that is great!! Isn’t it)!! I don’t have an Android phone so skipped that option!
Let’s close this and continue working!
The following are patches KB4540673 & KB4541338 installed on the 1909 version of Windows 10. Windows 10 version after the patch installation is 18363.719. The device is patched via Windows Update for Business policies managed with Intune.
This KB4540673 security update includes quality improvements for 1909 version as per Microsoft. Key changes include: Also, this build includes all the improvements from Windows 10, version 1903. No additional issues were documented for this release.
Whereas KB4541338 is a Servicing stack update (SSU) for Windows 1903 and 1909.