Windows 10 KB32107210 and KB3210721 both patch many Edge security issues

Microsoft recently pushed a series of important updates on this month’s Patch Tuesday release, focusing on improving Windows 10’s stability. More specifically, there are three main updates available, one for each major Windows 10 version:

Cumulative update KB3213986 for the Anniversary Update includes 11 improvements that improve Groove Music playback and fix a series of bugs affecting fingerprint authentication, the Request Control function, internet shortcut files, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Windows Update, input devices and more. For more information about the content of KB3213986 (build 14393.693), you can check out Microsoft’s support page.

Windows 10 version 1504, 1511 Patch Tuesday updates

Cumulative update KB3210721 for Windows 10 version 1511 addresses a series of security issues related to Microsoft Edge. It appears that update KB32107210 for Windows 10 version 1504 brings the same Edge security improvements.

However, Microsoft hasn’t offered more details about the exact content of these two updates or the exact issues they address.

On the other hand, Redmond informs users that they may experience various graphics issues on multi-monitor systems after installing the two updates.

Users may experience delayed or clipped screens while running 3D rendering apps (such as games) on systems with more than one monitor.

Should you encounter graphics issues while playing your favorite games, use the following workarounds:

  • Run the game in Windows mode (not full screen)
  • Start the game with only one monitor connected.

If you’ve installed KB32107210 or KB3210721 on your Windows 10 computer, use the comment section below to tell us more about your experience. Have you encountered any other bugs apart from the graphics issues listed above?

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  • Matthew Weiler

    Right after installing this update, my multi monitor PC began showing graphic issues. These issues are happening in regular Windows, not in a game.

    There is a constant, very subtle, pixelation on the entire primary monitor only and occasionally blocks of the screen flicker.

    I performed a system restore to just before the update and it’s still happening. I guess MS broke something that system restore missed.

    I haven’t installed anything else in the last few weeks so the problem is definitely with the update.

    My graphics card is an AMD RX-480 and I’ve had the latest drivers for the past 2 weeks or so.