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Direct Download links for KB4041688 is now available for Anniversary Update devices. You can use the KB4041688 offline installer to upgrade your Windows 10 PC or Tablet to Build 14393.1794. Microsoft has released the update to Windows 10 Devices with the Anniversary Update and it includes only bug fixes.

Microsoft is rolling out the Windows 10 14393.1794 to the general public and this is the second update for the operating system in October. As it is a cumulative update, it only includes bug fixes and performance. If you are looking for new features, you should upgrade your PC to the Fall Creators Update.

KB4041688 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4041688 Direct Download Links: 64-bit (x64), 32-bit (x86).

KB4041688 Windows 10 14393.1794 Full Changelog

Microsoft isn’t adding any major changes with the latest cumulative update. The update isn’t focused to improve the general performance. Microsoft has fixed an issue with fonts where it may be corrupted after the out of the box experience has been fixed, Microsoft explains that the issue affected the devices with multiple language pack installed, anyways it has been finally fixed.

The company has addressed another issue where the device wouldn’t update from Windows 10 Build 14393.1670 to 14393.1770. Microsoft has also fixed an issue with the Windows Error Reporting where the system prevents the troubleshooter from saving error reports in a temporary folder.

Other changes include fixes to the MSMQ performance counter where it would populate late queue instances when the server hosts a clustered MSMQ role. Personal Identity Verification (PIV) smart card is also getting fixes for the bugs.

You can download the update by heading to Settings -> Security & Updates -> Windows Update. Alternatively, you can use the above download links to upgrade your Windows 10 Anniversary Update device.

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