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Today, Microsoft has kicked off this month’s Patch Tuesday rollout for all Windows 10 devices including the smartphones, tablets and PCs. Microsoft has pushed a series of cumulative updates for all devices with both security and general bug fixes.

Microsoft is not rolling out any cumulative update to Windows Phones with Windows 10 Mobile Fall Creators Update. The company has however released Build 15063.909 for Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update devices, and it comes with general performance improvements. It’s worth noting that the update is still not available for all users as the company is gradually rolling it out.

Microsoft hasn’t published the changelog of Windows 10 Mobile Build 15063.909, but since the company is no longer supporting the platform, it comes with no new features or major improvements. Initially, Microsoft seemed very committed to Windows Phone, but the company eventually abandoned the platform, leaving the customers without any new features.

At the time of writing this article, we’re not aware of any issues with cumulative updates. Most cumulative updates come with no new known issues, so you should not experience any performance related issues after updating your Windows Phone handset.

Microsoft is improving the security of Windows Phones devices, with the new update bringing security fixes to Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Scripting Engine, and the Windows Kernel.

We are not aware of any known issues, but as the rollout has just started, you can expect a list of minor issues in the coming hours or days once more users receive the updates.

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