Microsoft just pushed out a new cumulative update. Titled KB3176492, it is slated for the initial version of Windows 10 (July 2015). The update is a part of this month’s Patch Tuesday and is available to download for all users who are still using the very first public version of Windows 10.
As usual, the update includes no new features, but only a few reliability improvements, bug fixes, and security patches.
“This update includes quality improvements and security fixes. No new operating system features are being introduced in this update. Key changes include:
Improved reliability for Internet Explorer 11 and WebDAV shares.
Addressed issue affecting some devices with Bitlocker enabled that didn’t start up to the BitLocker password entry screen.
Addressed issue with MouseUp and MouseDown events not working correctly when using a scroll bar in an Inline Frame (IFrame).
Addressed issue that delays the display of content when resizing the Internet Explorer 11 browser window.
Addressed issue in DNS Subnet Prioritization that was impacting network connectivity.
Addressed issue with OLE drag and drop that prevents the download of more than one item per operation.
Addressed additional issues with revised daylight saving time, updates not installing, Internet Explorer 11, and the Windows kernel.
Security updates to Kernel Mode Blacklist, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows Authentication Methods, the lock screen, Kernel Mode Drivers, and Secure Boot.”
Besides KB3176492, Microsoft also released cumulative updates for two newer versions of Windows 10, update KB3176495 for Windows 10 version 1607, and KB3176493 for Windows 10 version 1511. More details about all three updates, as well as previous releases, are already available on Windows 10 Update History web page.
To install this update, go to Settings > Updates & Security > Windows Update, and check for updates.
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