Windows 10 1511 Gets Cumulative Update KB3136562, no Changelog Yet
Usually, whenever Microsoft releases a new cumulative update for Windows 10, we find out about it through Windows Update. However, this time, cumulative update KB3136562 has been spotted by a couple of Reddit users and later on it has been confirmed by folks over at TenForums.com.
This new cumulative update is released for Windows 10 version 1511, and at the moment, the official support page for this KB file isn’t yet live. However, we will be keeping an eye on it, and will update this when there are more details.
Update file KB3136562 released for Windows 10
Thus, since there’s no support page, we don’t know what exactly does this Windows 10 cumulative update KB3136562 bring. Even when Microsoft does decide to update its page, there’s still a chance that we won’t get too many details about it, since the company has decided not to provide in-depth details for its updates, which is quite a pity.
But what is sure about this particular update is that it has increased the version to 10586.79, up from 10586.71. You should also know that this update is only available for 1511 systems, so maybe it contains some fixes for those many problems caused by the November Update that we talked about.
If you are one of the brave ones, and you don’t mind giving this update a try without having the official announcement from Microsoft, go ahead and follow the links from below to download the update files:
The update for x64 systems comes in at a size of 473 megabytes and the second one has 260 megabytes. You can also check for yourself for this update by going to Settings -> Update & security -> Check for updates and then look for an update which has the following ID: KB3136562.
If you do notice some significant changes about this particular update, go ahead and leave your comment below and let us know about them.
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