Busy Microsoft released a total of four updates for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update; one cumulative update that addresses several issues, two dynamic updates and a servicing stack update.
KB4051963 is the major update for Windows 10 version 1709. It brings the build of the operating system to 16299.98, and was released on November 30, 2017.
The update is distributed via Windows Update but can be downloaded as a standalone update from Microsoft Update Catalog as well (where it was released a day earlier, on November 29, 2017).
The update addresses the following issues:
The update does not resolve the following known issue:
The two compatibility updates KB4055237 and KB4052342 are dynamic updates that improve the compatibility for upgrading to Windows 10 Version 1709. Microsoft does not go into details besides that, and it is unclear if they address any issues that prevent users from upgrading their systems to the newest version of Windows 10.
Update 4054022 is a servicing stack update for Windows 10 Version 1709. It is distributed through Windows Update, but also available as a standalone download on the Microsoft Update Catalog website. Servicing updates cannot be uninstalled once installed, and not installing them prevents Windows from picking up any updates released after the release of the servicing stack update.
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