Microsoft reissues update KB4023057 for Windows 10
KB4023057 is a relatively special update. This update is often re-sent. The reason for the reissue is that this update is mainly used to solve system cache problems and prepare for the system to accept subsequent versions, so Microsoft often reissues this update.
A few days ago, Microsoft pushed the KB4023057 update to users again. This update is to prepare for Windows 11 21H2 and Windows 10 21H2.
The current version of Windows 11 (21H2) is very close, and the last update of the Windows 10 system is also the 21H2 version that will be released soon.
The main function of updating KB4023057 as a service channel includes: checking the system storage space, if the space is insufficient, the update will try to clean up automatically.
At the same time, after installation, this update will automatically clean up any registry that may prevent the system from updating, and repair the system components that may be damaged to avoid affecting the system upgrade.
If the device space is severely low, this update will automatically pop up a notification to remind users to clean up. If there is a problem with the network, this update may automatically perform a reset.
Other functions include cleaning up the system cache, resetting and cleaning up the system update database, and compressing some system files to make room for updates.
It is worth noting that this update actually also includes Microsoft’s health upgrade tool. Microsoft will regularly update this type of update so that users can complete the upgrade in the shortest possible time.
When Microsoft releases the final version of Windows 10 and the official version of Windows 11, the relevant versions will be automatically upgraded according to the support of consumer devices.
For consumers, if the device is compatible with Windows 11, it will be updated to Windows 11, otherwise, it will be updated to Windows 10 21H2. These processes are automatic and do not actually require any configuration by the user.
As for the KB4023057 update, Microsoft will also push it according to the user’s device, so not all devices get the push or get pushed the first time.