For clarification I wanted to add that Windows 10 version 1903 was a feature update that was released several months ago in May 2019. A feature update is a major release that comes out twice a year around the Spring and Fall. Unless you have not updated your computer at all for some time, you probably already have version 1903 installed.
You can see what release of Windows you are currently running by using the command “winver”. You can run this by hitting the Windows Key + R and in the run box type “winver” and press enter.
I like to refer to the following page for information on the latest available build:
The next major release (currently referred to as 19H2) is set to be released within the next month or so, however this time it is expected to be more like one of the smaller updates and not a full blown release like the usual ones.
The issue mentioned in Kim’s recent article is for one of the smaller patches that comes out every month, called KB4515384 (OS Build 18362.356) released on September 10th.