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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is also getting a new patch with bug fixes and improvements. The patch is available via Windows Update and the direct download links for Windows 10 KB4338817 are also available on Microsoft’s website.

So far in July, Microsoft has released two updates for older versions of Windows 10 and today the company is releasing patches for some older versions of Windows 10. If you’re on latest Windows 10 April 2018 Update, you’ll get build 17134.191.

For whatever reasons, if you’re still operating Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, you’ll get KB4338817. Installing this cumulative update will bump the operating system to build 16299.579.

KB4338817 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4338817 Direct Download Links: 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit.

KB4338817 Windows 10 16299.579 Full Changelog

“Addresses an issue that causes devices within Active Directory or Hybrid AADJ++ domains to unexpectedly unenroll from Microsoft Intune or third-party MDM services after installing provisioning package updates (PPKG). This issue occurs on devices that are subject to the “Auto MDM Enrollment with AAD Token” Group Policy,” Microsoft explains in a changelog.

The developers can now enable debugging of WebView content in UWP apps. You would need to use the Microsoft Edge DevTools Preview app to test the WebView content. This update also includes bug fixes for Microsoft Edge DevTools and addresses an issue that causes it to become unresponsive.

  • Addresses an issue that causes a black screen to appear for several minutes after installing Windows updates before going to the desktop.
  • Addresses additional issues with updated time zone information.
  • Improves the PDF file experience in Microsoft Edge by addressing PDF file open, print, and reliability issues.
  • Addresses an issue that sometime prevents a system from shutting down or being placed in Hibernation.
  • Addresses an issue that prevents Memory Analyzer and Performance Analyzer from working properly in Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 Developer Tools.

For the moment, we are not aware of any major issues reported with this cumulative update but we’ll update this article if there are any reports of failed Windows 10 installs.

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