Microsoft pushed out two new updates for stable versions of the company's Windows 10 operating system today.
KB3140743 is a cumulative update for Windows 10 Version 1511 that introduces a bunch of improvements and fixes, but no new features, to Windows 10.
The update is on the heavy side at 311 MB for 32-bit versions and 548 MB for 64-bit versions of Windows 10.
Check for Updates in Windows 10
You probably know how to check for updates if you are a regular here on Ghacks Technology News, so, just a short summary of how its done this time:
Microsoft's new update history page reveals key changes that the update brings to the Windows 10 operating system:
Check out the full release log that Microsoft provided on the Windows 10 update history page linked above.
The cumulative update increases the build version of Windows 10 to 10586.122 after it has been installed.
The update KB3139907 is not included in the cumulative update but available as a separate update instead. Microsoft notes that it makes stability improvements to the servicing stack.
This update makes stability improvements for Windows 10 Version 1511 and Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 4 servicing stack.
As is the case with all Windows Updates lately, it is highly suggested to create a backup before they are applied. In addition, you may want to check settings (default applications, privacy settings) after the updates are installed as things may have been reset once again.
Now You: Have you updated yet?
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