Windows 10 KB4056892
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Direct Download links for KB4056892 is now available for all devices with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. This is an emergency patch that addresses the major security flaw in Intel, AMD and ARM CPUs. You can also download KB4056892 offline installer from the company’s official website to update all of your devices at the same time.

Windows 10 Build 16299.192 (KB4056892) is available for general public and it includes other bug fixes as well. You can update your PC by navigating to Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update and Check for updates.

KB4056892 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4056892 Direct Download Links: 64-bit (x64), 32-bit (x86).

KB4056892 Windows 10 16299.192 Full Changelog

Microsoft is not adding any new features or improving the design of Windows 10 operating system with the latest cumulative update. Since today is not Patch Tuesday, Microsoft hasn’t fixed a lot of bugs with this release. Microsoft has however improved the overall performance of the PC with the latest cumulative update.

Microsoft has addressed an issue with Microsoft Edge where the Offline Online document wouldn’t print. Microsoft Edge is also getting a fix for devices where playing back video on a monitor and a secondary, duplicated display wouldn’t render properly. The company has finally fixed a bug where Microsoft Edge stops responding for up to 3 seconds.

Microsoft has once again enabled the standard layout for 109 keyboards in touch keyboard. The update also includes a fix for an issue where Task Manager reports 4 TB memory size when more memory is actually available in Windows Server version 1709.

Microsoft is also releasing security updates to Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Windows Kernel, Windows Graphics, Microsoft Scripting Engine, Windows SMB Server, Windows Datacenter Networking, and the Windows Subsystem for Linux.

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