Microsoft released a new cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1703 -- the Creators Update -- yesterday evening through Windows Update.
The update raises the build version of Windows 10 to 15063.332 once it is installed. It fixes errors and issues in previous versions of the Windows 10 Creators Update operating system.
The update has a size of about 350 Megabytes (32-bit) or 550 Megabytes (64-bit) depending on its architecture target.
The issues that the update fixes are for the most part affecting low number of Windows 10 users. It includes fixes that patch non-Unicode font artifacts rendering in some situations, audio output to external audio devices not working anymore after installation of the Creators Update, and an issue where the installation of network printers fail if the manufacturer's software is used, and if the PC in question has less than 4 Gigabytes of RAM.
You can download the cumulative update KB4020102 through Windows Update. Do the following to check for the update and install it.
Note: We suggest you create a backup of your operating system prior to installing any Windows Updates. While Windows comes with its own recovery options, it is better to be prepared for situations where those won't work correctly.
Microsoft published update information on the official Microsoft Support website.
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