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KB4103714 is now available for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709) and it takes your system to Build 16299.461. The direct download links for Windows 10 KB4103714 are available on Microsoft’s Update catalog website so you can also manually upgrade your devices.

The patch fixes a number of issues reported by consumers and enterprises in the past few weeks. It is also worth noting that this is the second patch released for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709) in May.

Windows 10 Build 16299.461 is a big update and it contains plenty of fixes. The changelog is huge and in this article, we are highlighting the most important fixes and improvements. With today’s cumulative update, Microsoft has also fixed bugs in Edge browser and Internet Explorer. You can download and install this update from Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update > Check for updates. You can also grab the offline installer from the below links.

KB4103714 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4103714 Direct Download Links: 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit.

KB4103714 Windows 10 16299.461 Full Changelog

Windows 10 KB4103714 (Build 16299.461) also fixes an issue with Microsoft Edge where the browser could stop responding to users when audio is starting. Furthermore, the Windows 10’s default browser has also received a fix for issues with windows in remote sessions. Microsoft has also fixed issues with Internet Explorer on dual-monitor configurations.

Another bug where Disk Cleanup or StorageSense fails to clear the UWP apps data has been addressed with today’s update. Microsoft has fixed an issue with Bluetooth device where it fails to receive data after a restart. Furthermore, the software giant is addressing an issue where the touch keyboard won’t show up while using certain apps.

Microsoft says that an issue that causes certain apps with Windows Authentication to stop working in some instances has been addressed. Microsoft has also fixed an issue where the VPN throws timeout error when the user tries to disconnect it from the device.

As expected, Microsoft has finally added support for SameSite Cookies feature to both Edge browser and Internet Explorer 11 in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update with today’s patch. There are several other refinements for Windows 10 features, but most of the changes are primarily aimed at enterprises.

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