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Microsoft is rolling out a new update to the latest version of its Windows 10 operating system with improvements. Microsoft has already made the direct download links for Windows 10 KB4058258 available on its website. With Windows 10 KB4058258 offline installers, users can upgrade all of their PCs at the same time.

Microsoft has shipped a lot of updates this week, and we’re just a couple of weeks away from the February Patch Tuesday. Today Microsoft is releasing yet another cumulative update for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update operating system.

This update also includes fixes for boot issues on AMD PCs. Intel and the tech industry learned about the two critical vulnerabilities in 2017 and began rolling out the updates to all PCs. Microsoft also has a hard time getting the Meltdown and Spectre updates right in Windows 10 operating system. The latest update moves the operating system to build 16299.214, and you can download the offline installers from the below link.

KB4058258 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4058258 Direct Download Links: 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit.

KB4058258 Windows 10 16299.214 Full Changelog

Microsoft says that this update has also addressed the bug that causes PCs with older AMD processors to get stuck into an unbootable state after patching Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities. Microsoft has also fixed an issue with the system connected to displays, the company explains that the issue where colours are distorted has been fixed.

Another issue where the second monitor connected to AMD display flashes randomly has been fixed. Microsoft is also fixing issues with keyboards where the language change wouldn’t show up immediately after using the Alt+Shift key combination. The company has also improved the rendering capabilities of certain captions in the video players.

Last but not the least, Microsoft Edge is getting an update with the ability to allow Extension Group Policy for the disabled state. Apart from above-mentioned changes, Microsoft is also releasing additional security updates to Windows 10 32-bit operating system.

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