A couple of days ago, Windows 10 users have started reporting a serious problem with connecting to the internet. Thousands of users weren’t able to connect to the internet, and Microsoft’s officials didn’t actually know what’s going on. The company, however, said that they’re working on a workaround.
Now, when cumulative update KB3206632 was released, it looks like Microsoft kept its promise, and addressed the problem. According to Softpedia, cumulative update fixes the internet connection problem, along with other improvements. The company didn’t mention that in the update’s changelog, as Microsoft’s spokesperson reached Softpedia later.
So, if you’re among users who are experiencing the problem with internet connection in Windows 10 version 1607, just install the latest cumulative update, and the issue should be solved.
Cause of the problem still unknown
Users widely believe that the issue was caused by the previous update for Windows 10, KB3201845. However, earlier reports for Microsoft’s forums suggest that the problem actually occurred one day before the update was released.
Microsoft’s employees weren’t helpful in resolving this issue on the forums. That implies neither them actually knew what’s going on for sure. But hopefully, the new cumulative update for Windows 10 will resolve the mystery, and affected users won’t have to deal with the internet connection problems anymore.
In case you’ve already installed cumulative update KB3201845 for Windows 10 version 1607, let us know in the comments if the patch fixed the problem with internet connection.
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