The original version of Windows 10 received a new cumulative update, KB4077735, that comes packed with a tiny problem.
Windows 10 version 1507 was released back in July 2015, and the cumulative update that was recently released for it addresses performance-related issues.
What’s packed in KB4077735
The update takes care of the issue where WPF sometimes consumes a higher percentage of CPU when the console session is not active, and a non-console one is active instead. Besides this, there are no other significant changes that are worth mentioning. Only the systems that are enrolled in the long-term servicing branch are getting the update.
This update comes packed with an issue that was acknowledged by Microsoft. The company stated that a patch would be included in a future cumulative update in order to fix it.
According to Microsoft, after installing Windows 10 cumulative update KB4077735, it’s possible that some users may not be able to log in websites with third-party account credentials in Microsoft Edge browser.
There’s no workaround available yet
Microsoft stated that you either have to switch to a different browser or you can also delay installing this update if you want to avoid confronting the logging issue.
Cumulative update KB4077735 is not rolled out via Windows Update, and you can only download it manually from Microsoft’s Update Catalog page.
After you install the update, you will need to reboot your system. Also, don’t forget that support for the original version of Windows 10 came to an end and now Microsoft only rolls out cumulative updates and security patches to LTSB systems.
If you’re a home user, you will have to upgrade your system to a supported version of the operating system.
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