Windows 10 KB4034335 resolves the problem with built-in apps
Microsoft just released the non-security update KB4034335 for Windows 10 version 1703. This update is part of Microsoft’s monthly Patch Tuesday, and was released along with other security and non-security updates for all supported versions of Windows.
Update KB4034335 is a minor non-security update, as it brings no new features to the system. In fact, it resolves just one known issue. According to Microsoft’s official knowledge base article, update KB4034335 resolves the problem with “Some system applications don’t work as expected after you upgrade to Windows 10 Version 1703”
Some built-in apps for Windows 10, like Microsoft Edge or Cortana, might not work as intended for some users after the upgrade to the Creators Update. If that’s the case with your system as well, installing update KB4034335 should resolve the problem.
We’ll also remind you that update KB4034335 is not a cumulative update, so it doesn’t replace any of the previously released updates for Windows 10. To install update KB4034335, just go to Windows Update, and check for updates. Like you would do with any other update.
Since this update is a minor one, we expect no “side effects” to be caused by it. So you shouldn’t encounter any problems after installing KB4034335. To find additional technical info about update KB4034335 for Windows 10 version 1703, just check Microsoft’s official knowledge base article.
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