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Microsoft has today released the March 2018 security update for all Windows 10 devices with a supported version of the operating system. Windows 10 KB4088782 download link is also live on Microsoft Update Catalog, and the offline installer can be used to upgrade multiple PCs together at the same time.

Windows 10 KB4088782 pushes the operating system to build 15063.966 on Creators Update (version 1703). Microsoft has fixed tons of bugs with this update, and it includes all the changes made from the previous update.

It’s not always better to wait, but if your computer failed to install the previous updates, then it could be a better idea to wait and see if any issue is being reported. This update for Windows 10 has no known issues, the software giant has fixed many bugs and removed certain restrictions.

KB4088782 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4088782 Direct Download Links: 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit.

KB4088782 Windows 10 15063.966 Full Changelog

Microsoft has fixed an issue where the XML documents in both Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge may not print. Internet Explorer is getting fixes for broken developer tools, document mode cell visibility bug, and unresponsiveness in some scenarios. The software giant has also fixed an issue where the online video may not respond to the browser.

Another issue that has been fixed was affecting users when they attempted to access SMB shared files in directory junction points. With the last update, Microsoft introduced the Anti-Virus (AV) compatibility checker that was blocking installation of latest cumulative updates on certain PCs with outdated Antivirus. Microsoft is today removing the compatibility restriction as the company aims to expand the number of Windows 10 devices that are allowed to receive the security updates.

Microsoft has also released the important security update for Windows Kernel, Windows Shell, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Windows Installer, Microsoft Scripting Engine, Windows Desktop Bridge, Windows Hyper-V, Microsoft Graphics component and Windows MSXML.

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