Windows 10 version 1607 received a useful update on Patch Tuesday. Cumulative update KB4034658 fixes an annoying launch issue affecting devices that resume from Connected Standby mode, as well as a screen bug in Tablet Mode. At the same time, this update also add a series of security improvements to the table.
Windows 10 KB4034658 takes the OS build to version 14393.1593.
Here are the complete patch notes for KB4034658:
- Addressed issue where apps sometimes launch with a border when a device is in Tablet mode.
- Addressed issue introduced in the June updates where some applications may not launch when a device resumes from Connected Standby mode.
- Security updates to Windows kernel-mode drivers, Microsoft Windows Search Component, Microsoft Windows PDF Library, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Scripting Engine, Common Log File System Driver, Windows Server, Windows Hyper-V, and the Microsoft JET Database Engine.
As a quick reminder, if your PC is already up to date, then only the new fixes contained in this package will be installed on your machine.
You can download KB4034658 automatically from Windows Update. You can also get the standalone package from the Microsoft Update Catalog website.
The update applies to Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, Windows 10 Version 1607 (Anniversary Update). If you haven’t installed KB4034658, check for updates as soon as possible. Installing the latest updates protects your computer against malware attacks.
For the time being, there are no known issues listed on KB4034658 ‘s support page. It seems that this update is quite stable as users haven’t reported any issues either.
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