KB4106250: cumulative update for Windows 10 to build 15063.11

Martin Brinkmann
Apr 1, 2017
Updated • Jul 5, 2017
Windows, Windows Updates

And so the patching of the Windows Creators Update before release of the final version of the Windows 10 Creators Update begins.

As I have mentioned earlier, it may be a bit premature to download and install the Creators Update right away. Users may download and install it on their machines using a leaked copy of the Update Assistant, or by downloading ISO images that are also available.

The main reason why it is premature is that it was almost certain that the leaked version is not the final version. This is not a super big problem for users who have installed the Creators Update already, as they just have to download the additional patches to bring their system to the latest level.

Still, considering that the official release is on April 11th, 2017, and that users who are interested in it may install it officially starting April 5th, 2017, it is better to wait at least the couple of days before you start the update engines.

If you look back to how things were when the Anniversary Update was released for Windows 10, you will notice that loads of bugs emerged in the first couple of weeks. Microsoft did fix those eventually, but if you were unlucky enough, you had to endure those issues for weeks.


KB4106250 is a cumulative update for Windows 10 that brings the build number of the Creators Update to 15063.11.

Microsoft released the update to all Insider Preview channels (Fast, Slow, Release Preview). The changelog has not been published publicly. It is only available in the Feedback Hub application.

We need Windows Insiders to help validate the first Cumulative Update to go out for the Windows 10 Creators Update which is set to begin rolling out to customers around the world on April 11th, Today we are releasing a Cumulative Update Build 15063.11

(KB4016250) for PC to Windows Insiders in all rings. This Cumulative Update brings the following fixes:

We fixed an issue where on Surface devices, Bluetooth radio fails to re-enumerate during hibernate/resume.

We fixed an issue with McAfee Enterprise to prevent a system crash when the product driver is installed on build 15060 configured with Device Guard.

While you may not be affected by those particular issues, more patches are probably being released in the coming days.

Now You: Do you plan to upgrade to the Creators Update right away, delayed, or not at all?

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  1. Bill said on April 4, 2017 at 10:52 pm

    Been running 15063 for three days now, the only issue is the start menu is greyed out. It will come up but can’t do anything with it. Trivial problem since I use Start Menu 8. This creators update has made Windows 10 much more solid and responsive from the Anniversary Update. Disabled Windows Defender (don’t like it), and as much of the spy-ware as possible. Uninstalled Power Shell, not needed and a big security risk. Don’t use the bundled apps with the exception of the weather.

  2. Wayne said on April 3, 2017 at 2:12 am

    My system was updated to 1703 15063.11 on Friday March 31, 2017 Release Preview Ring. For the last two days, Windows Defender has experienced update failures. Repeated attempts to update WD finally produces “Your device is up to date”. The Reliability Monitor shows assorted dysfunctions. I’m not certain WD is being updated…all failures in Reliability Monitor. I will wait and be patient for things to settle down.

  3. T J said on April 1, 2017 at 12:32 pm

    Can someone explain what “Creators Update” means ?
    I know what it is but I’d like to know why it is called that.
    This has puzzled me for quite a while and I can find no explanation on the Internet.

    1. George said on April 1, 2017 at 2:36 pm

      You are now supposed to become a 3D-object creator. In other words: it means nothing. As Jeff-FL said, it’s pointless marketing nonsense.

      1. T J said on April 1, 2017 at 4:56 pm

        Jeff-Fl and George

        Thanks for the explanation !
        I should have realized that it was an MS marketing ploy. :(

        There are a LOT of people “Creating” when Win 10 borks their machines. :))

    2. Jeff-FL said on April 1, 2017 at 2:04 pm

      Primary features that lead to the name:

      “Bring your ideas to life in 3D
      With 3D in Windows 10, anyone can capture, create, view and share in a whole new dimension.”

      “Creating made easy
      Use Paint 3D Preview to create amazing 3D objects quickly and easily. Create from scratch or modify someone else’s creation to make it your own.”

      “Break free from flat
      Turn 2D images into 3D objects with just a click in Paint 3D Preview. Share your favorites with the Remix 3D Preview community.”

      “Best platform for game broadcasting and for 4K gaming
      Xbox Live and Windows 10 take you to the next level of epic with 4K gaming, built-in Beam broadcasting, and people-generated Arena tournaments.”

      It’s just a marketing name, designed to make the OS sound more exciting and interesting.

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