Microsoft released today KB4016871 – a cumulative update for Windows 10 PC and Mobile running Creators Update or version 1703. It includes fixes to Surface Hub sleep issues, Microsoft Edge TCP Fast Open issues, and more. It also includes security updates to Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Windows Server, .NET Framework, and more.
•Addressed issue with Surface Hub devices waking from sleep approximately every four minutes after the first two hours.
•Addressed issue where autochk.exe can randomly skip drive checks and not fix corruptions, which may lead to data loss.
•Addressed an issue where Microsoft Edge users in networking environments that do not fully support the TCP Fast Open standard may have problems connecting to some websites. Users can re-enable TCP Fast Open in about:flags.
•Addressed issues with Arc Touch mouse Bluetooth connectivity.
•Security updates to Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows SMB Server, Windows COM, Microsoft Scripting Engine, Windows kernel, Windows Server, and the .NET Framework.
The build bumped to 15063.296 (PC) and 15063.297 (Mobile and IoT). Head to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update (PC) or Settings > Update & Security > Phone Update (Mobile) to grab the update.
For PC, if you are having difficulty downloading the update through Windows Update or stuck in a certain percentage. In case you want to manually download the update, the direct links are provided below. Downloading the file manually is also useful for those who have multiple Windows 10 PC devices and have limited bandwidth.
The size of 32-bit and 64-bit versions are 241MB and 374MB respectively. Note that these updates are cumulative. Therefore, the packages contain all previously released fixes.