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Direct download links for Windows 10 KB4093105 is now available from Microsoft’s Update Catalog and as always you can use the offline installer to upgrade your PC. Windows 10 16299.402 is a big update as it comes with a long list of fixes and improvements. The latest version of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is focused on reliability and improvements.

Needless to say, Microsoft has also released the Windows 10 KB4093105 over-the-air. The installation process is of course not tricky, the update is automatically downloaded on Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (if the feature is not disabled), and you install it from Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update. It is worth noting that you need to reboot the PC to complete the process.

As always, no new features are added with today’s cumulative update. The new features will be launched with the next version of Windows 10 arriving this week. The RTM build of Windows 10 April Update has been already finalized and shipped to users enrolled in the Windows Insider program last week. More information about the rollout plans and new features are expected to surface soon because we’re getting closer to the expected public launch.

KB4093105 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4093105 Direct Download Links: 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit.

KB4093105 Windows 10 16299.402 Full Changelog

Microsoft has addressed an issue that causes certain modern applications to reappear after upgrading the operating system. Another bug where the application stops working when running it as an admin has been fixed. The company is also addressing a bug that causes Skype and Xbox to stop working.

Microsoft is increasing the minimum password length in Group Policy to 20 characters and addressing an issue in which resetting the Windows Hello PIN at the logon prompt doesn’t work as expected. Microsoft Edge is getting one bug fix that is for an issue where the browser stops working after a few seconds when running a software restriction policy.

Microsoft is fixing an issue that makes a Japanese keyboard unusable in remote assistance sessions, and as well as addressing an issue with the screen where the cursor is moved unexpectedly when changing the display mode.

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