Microsoft Is Releasing Two New Cumulative Builds for Creators Update Ahead of Its Rollout


Windows 10 Creators Update rollout is just a day away (for the early adopters, anyway), and Microsoft's bug fixing spree is in full force. After releasing its first cumulative update to Creators Update last week, the Redmond software giant is now releasing two new cumulative updates for the Windows 10 Creators Update.

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Windows 10 Creators Update cumulative update build 15063.13 is available for Windows Insiders in the Slow and Release Preview rings. Another cumulative build 15063.14 is out for those in the Fast ring. Both the releases bring minor bug fixes to Creators Update.

Two more Windows 10 Creators Update cumulative builds are out

Here's the complete changelog of Windows 10 Creators Update cumulative build 15063.13 (KB4016251):

  • We fixed an issue where printer connections from clients running older versions of Windows (V3-XPS-based-drivers) failed to connect to clients running the Windows 10 Creators Update.
  • We fixed an issue where on some devices like the Surface Pro 3, the Windows audio device graph isolation would max out CPU utilization due to being stuck in an endless loop due to defective Realtek APOs.

Changelog for build 15063.14 (KB4016252) includes everything in the above changelog, and offers one additional fix:

  • We fixed an issue where non-suspendable processes would suspend after waking a device.

Windows 10 Creators Update rollout will begin April 11 for the public and the process is expected to take over a couple of months. If you can't wait, Microsoft has promised to make it possible for you to manually download Creators Update starting from April 5 using the Update Assistant tool. Since we are just a day from this initial release, build 15063.14 is expected to be the Creators Update build that you will receive via Update Assistant on April 5.

For everyone else, Microsoft said newer PCs and devices that Microsoft has tested the Creators Update with its OEM partners will get the upcoming Windows 10 version before others, starting from April 11. Based on the feedback of this group, the rollout will begin for everyone else.