The most recent Windows 10 Fall Update has brought the OS to version 1511, bringing a lot of new and annoying issues. Microsoft is obviously aware of this, and has recently released a cumulative update to take care of some of these problems, apparently.
Microsoft has released a new cumulative update KB3118754 for Windows 10 version 1511. Officially, it comes with improvements to enhance the functionality of Windows 10 Version 1511 and it also contains all previously-released fixes. Thus, if you have installed previous updates, you will get only the new fixes downloaded and installed to your computer.
The update will be downloaded and installed automatically through Windows Update, but if you want to get the stand-alone package for this update, you can download it from the Microsoft Update Catalog website.
Thus, after applying this update, you will have your Windows OS version being increased to 10586.11. Although there’s no official information, this is most likely going to take care of quite a few annoying bugs and glitches.
Furthermore, what’s really curious is that for the first time this latest update means that Windows 10 PC, Mobile and Xbox One all share the same build number.
Of course, what is quite annoying, for many of us, is that we don’t have detailed update information, so we don’t officially know what has been fixed and improved, since Microsoft has decided that we don’t need changelogs anymore.
Nonetheless, let us know if this update has fixed some of the issues caused by the previous big Fall Update. If not, what are the errors that you are still getting?