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Direct download links for Windows 10 KB4077525 is now available from Microsoft as the company has begun rolling out the new improvements update to the version 1607. Microsoft is releasing more than one cumulative updates a month with improvements and fixes, these updates are mainly focused on the security of the platform after Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities.

This update is available for devices with Anniversary Update device and the changelog is very long, but don’t get excited as the changes appear to be all about fixes. It makes sense as Microsoft’s focus is on the development of Windows 10 Redstone 4 as the RTM is just around the corner. Windows 10 KB4077525 also brings refinements to the operating system, and there’s a long list of tweaks.

Microsoft is no longer developing new features for Windows 10 Anniversary Update, as a result, this update includes changes to improve the performance of the operating system and address issues that users reported in the existing builds. It’s worth noting that this update bumps OS version to 14393.2097.

KB4077525 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4077525 Direct Download Links: 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit.

KB4077525 Windows 10 14393.2097 Full Changelog

Microsoft has rolled out this update to include a fix for a bug that was causing error 0x06d9, the software giant explains that a lot of users couldn’t update their operating system because of this error. Similarly, Microsoft is fixing a number of bugs with today’s release.

Microsoft is also removing idle containers from its hash table to improve ReFS performance. It’s also worth noting that this update comes with no major problems, and so far there is no report of failed installs.

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