If you are still using the original version of Windows 10, the version 1507, a cumulative update is waiting for you. Microsoft today released new cumulative updates for Windows 10 Creators Update, Anniversary Update, November Update and as well as Windows 10 version 1507.

Despite Windows 10 version 1507 is no longer supported, Microsoft is still releasing updates to the operating system with bugs and security fixes. However, Microsoft might soon stop updating Windows 10 version 1507 as they announced back in May 2017.

Direct download links for KB4042895 are now available for Windows 10 version 1507 devices. You can update the device by installing the KB4042895 offline installer. Alternatively, you can also head to Settings > Security & Updates > Windows Update to install the new build.

KB4042895 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4042895 Direct Download Links: 64-bit (x64), 32-bit (x86).

KB4042895 Windows 10 10240.17643 Full Changelog

Internet Explorer is getting a lot of bug fixes with the latest cumulative update. You can now submit forms in Internet Explorer and as well an issue with URL encoding in Internet Explorer has been fixed. Another bug that prevents an element from receiving focus, docking and undocking of windows in Internet Explorer has been fixed. Other fixes have been also applied to the pop-up window, rendering of graphics element in Internet Explorer.

Microsoft has also fixed an issue where the server that hosts server hosts a clustered MSMQ role while using the MSMQ performance counter (MSMQ Queue). The other changes include bug fixes and performance improvements, if you are looking for new features, you should upgrade your machine now.

Windows Wireless Networking, Microsoft Windows DNS, Microsoft Scripting Engine, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Windows Search Component, Windows Server and Microsoft JET Database Engine have also received security updates with this release.

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