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Direct Download links for KB4038782 is now available and you can use the cab files to upgrade to Windows 10 Build 14393.1715 without the active internet connection on your PC. Microsoft is also rolling out the cumulative update over the Windows Update for Anniversary Update devices.

Windows 10 Build 14393.1715 is a cumulative update for all devices which are still running the Anniversary Update. As you might have guessed already, just like all cumulative updates – Build 14393.1715 also brings improvements and bug fixes. No new features have been updated, you can upgrade to Creators Update and then to Fall Creators Update to get new features.

KB4038782 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4038782 Direct Download Links: 64-bit (x64), 32-bit (x86).

KB4038782 Windows 10 Build 14393.1715 Full Changelog

As Microsoft is releasing a cumulative update for Windows 10 frequently, Microsoft hasn’t fixed a lot of bugs unlike the cumulative update for Windows 10 Creators Update devices. Microsoft has fixed an issue Windows Error Reporting doesn’t clean up temporary files when there is a redirection on a folder.

Internet Explorer 11 has been updated with a new minor feature where the navigation bar has got a search box. Furthermore, an issue where graphics weren’t rendering properly in Internet Explorer has been fixed. Microsoft has also addressed an issue in Internet Explorer where undo is broken if character conversion is cancelled using IME.

Earlier display web pages didn’t display correctly in Internet Explorer when a user installs Windows with the CopyProfile unattend setting. The security updates have been also released to Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows kernel-mode drivers, Windows shell, Microsoft Uniscribe, Microsoft Edge, Windows scripting, Device Guard, Windows TPM, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Scripting Engine, Windows Hyper-V, Windows kernel, and the Windows DHCP Server.

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