Direct Download links for KB4043961 is now available for the Fall Creators Update devices.  These are the official first-party installers as Microsoft has updated the Update Catalog download files of the new Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Microsoft has pushed Windows 10 Build 16299.19 to Windows Insiders on the Fast, Slow, Release Preview Ring and even the general public.

You can download KB4043961 offline installer to get Windows 10 Build 16299.19 on Fall Creators Update device. Alternatively, you can always download the new update for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update by heading to Settings -> Security & Updates -> Windows Updates.

Remember that Windows 10 Build 16299.19 brings no new features or major improvements as it is a cumulative update for Fall Creators Update. If you are looking for new features, you may need to join the Windows Insider program and opt for the Fast Ring.

KB4043961 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4043961 Direct Download Links: (x64) and (x86).

KB4043961 Windows 10 Build 16299.19 Full Changelog

Being a last minute fix for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, it has no major bug fixes. Microsoft has fixed a problem where even after removing apps, Windows was reinstalling them every restart, logoff, and login. Another issue with the localization error output from JET database only showing English error strings has been fixed.

As usual, Microsoft is also releasing security updates to Internet Explorer, Microsoft JET Database Engine, Windows SMB Server, Microsoft Scripting Engine, Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows TPM Microsoft Windows Search Component and the Windows Wireless Networking.

You can grab the update on your Windows 10 Fall Creators Update device from Settings > Security & Updates > Windows Update, you can also use the third-party installers to upgrade your PC or wait for Microsoft to upload the official direct download links to the Update Catalog page.

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