KB4055994 and KB4056457 improve Windows 10’s upgrade experience

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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If you’re planning to upgrade Windows 10 any time soon, download and install the latest updates brought by the December edition of Patch Tuesday.

KB4055994 and KB4056457 bring improvements to ease the upgrade and recovery experience to Windows 10 Version 1709, also known as the Fall Creators Update.

Both updates will be downloaded and installed automatically. Also, you don’t have to restart the computer after you applying them.

No known issues for KB4055994 and KB4056457

Microsoft didn’t list any known issues affecting these two updates. We also searched for related user reports on Microsoft’s forum, and didn’t find any bug reports.

In other words, it’s safe to install them.

Why you need KB4055994 and KB4056457

Microsoft constantly rolls out new updates and patches for the latest Windows 10 OS version. The tech giant will also release a major OS update, Redstone 4 sometime next spring.

As a result, these two patches will help you smoothly install the latest updates on your computer.

Also, in case anything goes wrong, you’ll be able to use the recovery option to restore a functional version of Windows 10.

Speaking of update/ upgrade issues, should you encounter any problems while installing Windows 10 updates, the troubleshooting guides below may help you:

Have you downloaded KB4055994 and KB4056457 on your PC? Did you notice any changes and improvements after installing them? Let us know in the comments below.

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