Windows 10 cumulative update

Direct download links for Windows 10 KB4093112 has been uploaded to the Microsoft’s Update Catalog and the new release is also available through over-the-air. KB4093112 advances Windows 10 to Build 16299.371 and fixes a couple of bugs discovered in the previous version of the operating system.

Microsoft has released Windows 10 Build 16299.371 for Fall Creators Update devices and even Windows Phone is receiving a new update. As noted above, the April cumulative update comes with only bug fixes, and no new features are released. In addition to the version 1709, Microsoft has also released new cumulative updates for the supported versions of Windows 10.

While the update is available, it remains to be seen how smooth the rollout will be this month, as installing cumulative updates has proved to be troublesome for some users. Microsoft has however made sure that everything goes according to the plan. It is worth noting that these builds are important updates as it includes security fixes and improvements that are necessary for any operating system.

KB4093112 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4093112 Direct Download Links: 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit.

KB4093112 Windows 10 16299.371 Full Changelog

Microsoft is addressing an issue in Internet Explorer where it causes a violation when it runs on the company’s Application Virtualization platform. Microsoft has also fixed redirect related issue in both Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer affecting users in Enterprise Mode. The company has also addressed printing issue generated by ActiveX in Internet Explorer and an issue that causes document.execCommand(“copy”) to always return False.

Last but not the least, Microsoft is also releasing general security updates to Windows app platform and frameworks, Microsoft scripting engine, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Windows kernel, Windows datacenter networking, Windows graphics, Windows Server, Windows Hyper-V, Windows virtualization and Kernel.

The cumulative update comes with a bug causing Windows Update history to incorrectly report that the installation has failed. You can, however, verify the build and version of Windows 10 with Win key + R keyboard shortcut and typing winver command.

Most of these improvements are aimed at enterprises, but there’s a chance that the general users will at least notice performance improvements and fewer glitches. While the changelog is not really massive, today’s cumulative updates are still pretty important.

We’ll be keeping an eye on reports to see if everything goes smoothly for everyone as the cumulative updates could be troublesome on some systems, although the bugs are highly unlikely.