Microsoft Rolls Out Cumulative Updates for ALL Windows 10 Versions

Rafia Shaikh
Posted Sep 13, 2016
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Microsoft has released a number of cumulative updates to all the versions of Windows 10. Windows 10 Anniversary Update version 1607, Windows 10 November Release version 1511, and finally Windows 10 initial version have all received updates in today’s Patch Tuesday releases. Latest updates bring a number of improvements to the different versions of Windows 10. Microsoft has also sent security updates to Microsoft Edge, Adobe Flash Player, Internet Explorer 11, and Windows kernel.

Patch Tuesday: cumulative update 14393.187 for Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Microsoft has released the latest cumulative update to Windows 10 Anniversary Update (version 1607) users. The latest update brings the build number to 14393.187. Here’s the complete changelog.

  • Improved reliability of Windows Shell, map apps, Internet Explorer 11, and Microsoft Edge.
  • Addressed issue causing push-button reset to not work correctly and roll back on devices with language set to any of the Unicode languages.
  • Addressed issue causing devices to crash after disconnecting an e-reader that was attached to the device.
  • We addressed issue causing devices to not recognize a Secure Digital (SD) card if it is inserted and removed multiple times.
  • Addressed issue causing some apps to not respond to the commands in the app bar in Windows 10 Mobile.
  • Addressed issue that sometimes blocks alarm notifications in Windows 10 Mobile.
  • Improved support for using the camera app in Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise.
  • Addressed additional issues with rendering 4K resolution, missing Start menu tiles when running on battery, Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Edge, Bluetooth compatibility, graphics, display rotation, app compatibility, Wi-Fi, Feedback Hub, Miracast, Windows Shell, revised daylight saving time, and USB.
  • Security updates to Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows kernel, and Adobe Flash Player.

Cumulative update for Windows 10 Version 1511 (November)

Microsoft has also released updates for those who haven’t yet updated their machines to the latest Anniversary Update. This cumulative update brings these systems to build number 10586.589. Following is the complete changelog.

  • Improved reliability of Internet Explorer 11, USB, and the .NET framework.
  • Addressed issue with the link to “Change my environment variables” in the User Accounts Control Panel not working correctly.
  • Addressed issue where a device, which previously had Internet access, has the incorrect time and date after joining a network with no Internet access to SSL servers.
  • We also addressed issue where someone with a mandatory profile can’t use the Start menu, Cortana, search, and some pre-installed apps.
  • Addressed issue where, after installing a package using Windows Installer (MSI), customers can’t run any command line utility unless they restart or sign out and then sign in to their device.
  • Addressed issue causing “Print all linked documents” to not work in Internet Explorer 11.
  • Improved support for networks by adding new entries to the Access Point Name (APN) database.
  • Removed the Copy Protection option when ripping CDs in Windows Media Audio (WMA) format from Windows Media Player.
  • Finally, Addressed additional issues with excessive security logging, Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), consumer storage, Add-On List Group Policy Object, mobile broadband, filter drivers, Internet Explorer 11, Windows Media Player, graphics, revised daylight saving time, and Windows Shell.
  • Security updates to Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Graphics Component, Microsoft Edge, Windows Secure Kernel Mode, Windows SMB Server, Windows kernel, Windows Lock Screen, and Adobe Flash Player.

And finally, those of you who are still using the very first version of Windows 10 (July), Microsoft has released the cumulative update 10240.17113 with a number of improvements and security updates.

For more details, visit Microsoft.

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