Microsoft today is releasing a new Cumulative Updates for Insiders in Slow and Release Preview Ring for Windows 10 PC users. The new Cumulative Update contains under the hood bug fixes and performance improvements for the Windows 10 PC users.

The company is releasing the new Cumulative Update to fix any issues related to the performance before the official roll out of the Windows 10 Creators Update on April 11th. The new Cumulative update build 15063.13 fixes issues where printer connections running older versions failed to connect to users running Windows 10 Creators update.

The company also fixed issue on some devices like Surface Pro 3 the Windows audio device graph would max out CPU utilization due to being stuck in an endless loop, reason being a defective Realtek APOs.

The new Cumulative Update is rolling out and is available for download for Windows 10 PC users on Slow and Release Preview Ring. If you haven’t yet seen the update, it is just a matter of time that the update will be available for all. Make sure to go to Settings>Windows Update>Check for update to see if you have the update available for download.

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