Windows 10 KB5009543 is the first Patch Tuesday update for Windows 10 21H2, 21H1, and 20H2 in the year 2022. Here are some bug fixes in it. In this MiniTool post, we will show you some related information about it like the fixes in it and how to get it on your Windows 10 computer.
Windows 10 KB5009543 Is Available Now
A new year is coming. Windows users usher the first update for Windows 10: Windows 10 KB5009543. Only when you are running the official version of Windows 10 21H2, Windows 10 21H1, and Windows 10 20H2, you can get this update. If you are in the Windows Insider Program and run the Windows 10 Insider preview builds, you will not receive Windows 10 KB5009543.
If you are using Windows 10 21H2, you will get Build 19044.1466; if you are using Windows 10 21H1, you will get Build 19043.1466; if you are still using Windows 10 20H2, you will get Build 19042.1466. Windows 10 v2004 has reached the end of servicing on December 14, 2021. If you want to get available updates, you’d better update to the latest version of Windows 10.
How to Get Windows 10 KB5009543?
Windows 10 KB5009543 is rolled out via Windows Update. This is an online way to get Windows 10 KB5009543. However, Microsoft also offers direct download links for this update. If you can’t receive this update via Windows Update or you want to use an offline installer, you can download one from Microsoft Update Catalog.
Way 1: Use Windows Update
If you want to directly get Windows 10 KB5009543, you can follow this guide:
1. Go to Start > Settings > Security & Update > Windows Update.
2. Check if Windows 10 KB5009543 update is available. If not, you can click the Check for updates button to get the update again.
3. If you are using Windows 10 21H1, you can see this update:
2022-01 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 21H1 for x64-based Systems (KB5009543)
If you are using Windows 10 21H2, you can see this update:
2022-01 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 21H2 for x64-based Systems (KB5009543)
4. Follow the on-screen guide to download and install Windows 10 KB5009543 on your computer.
Way 2: Download an Offline Installer for Windows 10 KB5009543
If you can’t get Windows 10 KB5009543 using Windows Update, you can download an offline installer for it from Windows Update Catalog.
- Go to the download page of Windows 10 KB5009543.
- Select a proper version according to your situation. Then, click the Download button next to it.
- A window pops up with a .cab download link for Windows 10 KB5009543. If you are using Microsoft Edge, you can directly click the link to download Windows 10 KB5009543 on your computer. However, if you are using another web browser, you can right-click the link and select Copy link address. Then, you can paste the link to the address bar and download the update on your computer.
Bug Fixes in Windows 10 KB5009543
Japanese Input Method Editors (IME) not working issue has been fixed in this update. If the Japanese text you enter appears out of order and the text cursor has issues in apps, you can install Windows 10 KB5009543 on your computer to see if the issue is fixed.
Windows 10 Build 19044.1466 contains the servicing stack updates, which can make Windows Update more reliable.
Outlook Search Crashes
Outlook search can’t find the recent emails is a known issue in Windows 10 KB5008212. The official fix has not been released. You can try a temporary approach to fix it: Windows Security Update KB5008212 Breaks Outlook Search – Fix.
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