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Direct Download links for KB4048954 is now available for PCs and Tablets with Windows 10 Creators Update. The KB4048954 offline installer is also up for download from Microsoft’s catalog page, the new cumulative for Windows 10 Creators Update comes with performance improvements and minor bug fixes.

Microsoft has also released a cumulative update for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update devices, you can learn more about it here. To download Windows 10 Build 15063.726 or Windows 10 Build 15063.728, you can open the Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update or download the cab files to upgrade your machines.

KB4048954 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4048954 Direct Download Links: 64-bit (x64), 32-bit (x86).

KB4048954 Windows 10 Build 15063.726 and 15063.728 Full Changelog

Microsoft has fixed numerous with this release, the company has addressed an issue with Microsoft JET Database Engine (Microsoft Access 2007 and older or non-Microsoft applications) where the applications trying to create Microsoft Excel .xls files, used to crash with an error message “Unexpected error from external database driver (1). (Microsoft JET Database Engine)”.

Another issue has been addressed where the setting an offline schedule in the Sync Center applet of Control Panel fails. Both Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge are getting fixes with the latest release, the company has fixed an issue with Internet Explorer where an intranet site was being treated as an internet site. If the Internet Explorer used to crash for you when large font-size is active, this issue has been fixed with today’s update.

Microsoft Edge is getting a fix for a memory at the startup of an internal process. Another issue that causes Microsoft Edge to freeze, has been fixed with today’s update. As noted above, you can upgrade your PC from Settings app or use the official cab files.

Microsoft has also released security updates to Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Windows kernel, Windows kernel-mode drivers, Microsoft Windows Search Component, Windows Media Player, Microsoft Scripting Engine and Microsoft Graphics Component.

  • Heimrich Gundesalf

    They did not fix Edge, they broke it. Back to Chrome. It was good while it lasted.