I have Google Earth Pro on my desktop computer (Win 10 Pro 64 bit). Installed it intentionally long ago (had plain Google Earth before). It's very useful in my work, and in satisfying my curiosity about places I have been (most of the U.S., most of Europe, large parts of North and West Africa, most of the Middle East, most of Saudi Arabia and the Gulf countries, parts of Iran and parts of Australia). For example: I've been a water district manager for some years. If we get an 811 call ("call before you dig") notification that an electric utility is going to put in a pole somewhere, I can put the GPS coordinates into Google Earth and check out the area before I even drive out there, probably even see whether we have a water main there. Always, always check out on the ground, of course. Nevertheless, saves many hours of driving around in rough terrain - between Google Earth, and Google Maps on the cell phone, finding routes is a cinch, you won't suddenly find your way blocked by an unexpected irrigation canal.. Or when I'm writing up biological observations made in Nigeria in the 1960s, I can go look at the exact spot and refresh my memory of various details. Most of the time. Sometimes what was then rain forest is now a housing development. Oh well, you can't win 'em all <G>.
Just checked my laptop (Win 10 Home 64 bit). Speccy records the subject update KB4338819 as having been installed on July 10th. I find Google Earth Pro on that computer too - don't remember installing it myself. Date of installation is recorded as July 12, 2018 which I consider passing weird. Two days AFTER the above named cumulative update (and no updates of any kind since that date, July 10). Can someone provide a reasonable explanation of why Google is installing Google Earth Pro as part of a Cumulative Update (if indeed that is what happened), and if so why the install should happen two days AFTER the update?
Just to confuse things further, all the folders of Google Earth Pro on the DESKTOP bear the date 7/10/18, the date of the actual Cumulative Update (the Cumulative Update on both machines took place on the same day, 7/10/18; the updates were installed an hour or so apart on the evening of that day).
Another curiosum: The Google Earth Pro files are installed in C:\Windows\Program Files\ on the laptop (with date of 7/12/18); on the desktop they are installed in C:\Windows\Program Files (x86)\ (with date of 7/10/18).
Not complaining, mind, but I'm sure curious.