KB4054022, KB4055237, KB4052342 improve Windows 10’s upgrade process
Microsoft recently rolled out three small updates for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update aimed at improving the system stability and upgrade experience.
You can download KB4054022, KB4055237 and KB4052342 via Windows Update.
Here is the official description for these updates:
- KB4054022: Servicing stack update for Windows 10 Version 1709. This update makes stability improvements for the Windows 10 Version 1709 servicing stack.
- KB4055237: Compatibility update for upgrading to and recovering Windows 10 Version 1709. This update makes improvements to ease the upgrade and recovery experience to Windows 10 Version 1709.
- KB4052342: Compatibility update for upgrading to Windows 10 Version 1709. This update changes the upgrade experience to Windows 10 Version 1709.
If you encountered various update and upgrade issues related to the Fall Creators Update, download and install these updates on your computer to fix them. It is worth mentioning that there is no need to restart your computer after installing these updates which don’t replace previously released updates.
KB4054022 may cause Start Menu, Cortana and Calendar to stop working. As users confirm, uninstalling it fixes the issues.
It’s 12/3/2017 – this started when KB4051963, and KB4054022 updates installed. I actually restored my last backup and everything was fine, then reapplied the updates and the issue reoccurred.
Windows 10 KB4051963
Microsoft also released a cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1709. Update KB4051963 brings a bevy of bug fixes, as well as a few issues of its own.
Check out this list of reported bugs before hitting the update button in order to assess whether it’s better to install the update now or not.
Have you already installed the latest Windows 10 updates on your computer? If you encountered any bugs, use the comment section below to describe your experience.
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