Microsoft is launching Windows 10 Cumulative form 14393.693 for PC and Mobile users, as a major aspect of Patch Tuesday. Today’s assemble carries bolster number KB3213986 and brings security fixes and bug fixes. The overhaul is accessible to all non-Insider PC and Mobile users.
The organization says today’s upgrade incorporates quality enhancements to the working framework alongside tending to an issue that counteracted fingerprint validation by means of Windows Hello from turning the gadget screen on when it was off.
Here’s the total changelog (for those on the Anniversary Update otherwise known as Version 1607):
- Enhanced the reliability of Groove Music playback, App-V, video playback and Remote Desktop.
- Tended to issue where after successful fingerprint validation on a gadget with the screen off, the screen does not turn back on.
- Tended to issue where just a single input gadget works when you connect two comparable input gadgets to the same machine.
- Addressed issue in the App-V Connection Group that permits users to have entry to bits of functionality that they were not assigned to for access.
- Tended to issue that keeps users from selecting numerous certificates concurrently through the UI.
- Tended to issue where the Request Control work does not work with Remote Assistance if the user being helped is on Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2012.
- Tended to issue that keeps a smart card module from blending with a contactless smart card peruser.
- Addressed issue with license conversion of Server Core from assessment adaptation to a retail form.
- Tended to issue that keeps users from opening Internet shortcut (.URL) documents with Internet Explorer when Enhanced Protected Mode is allowed.
- Tended to issue that keeps users from signing on if a gadget has been far from the corporate system over a duration of time.
- Addressed extra issues with Microsoft Edge, grouping, Internet Explorer, Windows Update, input gadgets, facial acknowledgment, Logon, Hyper-V, PCI transport drivers and Windows Kernel.
Windows 10 form 1511 (form 10586) and Windows 10 adaptation 1507 (the first release) have additionally gotten cumulative upgrades KB3210721 and KB3210720, individually.
Not at all like past Windows 10 cumulative redesigns, today’s launch likewise conveys a “known issues” list. For additional information about these issues and workarounds, head over to Microsoft Support.
Today’s security overhauls take after yesterday’s launch of Windows 10 Insider Preview build 15002 for PC Insiders in the Fast ring. Model 15002 is perhaps the last form preceding the arrival of Windows 10 Creators Update in April to have stuffed such a considerable rundown of new elements and upgrades.