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KB4015221 (OS Build 10240.17354) [April 11, 2017]

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 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 32bit-based Systems (KB4015221)

 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 64bit-based Systems (KB4015221)

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April 11, 2017—KB4015221 (OS Build 10240.17354) Review

This update consists of quality improvements. No brand-new operating system features are being presented in this upgrade. Key changes consist of:

  • Attended to issue where the copy operation stops working when copying a file that has Encrypted File System (EFS) file encryption to a share that is not secured by EFS.
  • Resolved a concern where CredentialGuard-enabled computers signed up with to Active Directory domains send two bad logon attempts each time a bad password is offered throughout a Kerberos-based logon. Logons to Active Directory site domains with arbitrarily low account lockout thresholds may be subject to unanticipated account lockouts. For example, 2 logons with a bad password could result in an account being locked out if the account lockout threshold is set to 3 or 4.
  • Dealt with problem that prevents the launch of the Delete Surfing History window in Internet Explorer.
  • Attended to a memory leak in Web Explorer when hosting pages including nested framesets that pack cross domain content.
  • Resolved extra concerns with updated time zone information, updates to the Access Point Name database and Internet Explorer.
  • Security updates to Scripting Engine, libjpeg image-processing library, Hyper-V, Win32k, Adobe Type Supervisor Font Motorist, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Graphics element,. WEB Structure, Lightweight Directory site Gain access to Protocol, Windows kernel mode drivers and Windows OLE.
If you installed earlier updates, just the new repairs included in this bundle will be downloaded and installed on your gadget.

KB4019474 (OS Build 10240.17394) [May 9, 2017]

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2017-05 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB4019474)

 2017-05 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 for x86-based Systems (KB4019474)

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 KB4019474 (OS Build 10240.17394) Review

This security upgrade consists of quality improvements. No brand-new operating system features are being introduced in this upgrade. Secret changes consist of:

  • Attended to issue where Windows Occasion Forwarding in between 2 2012 R2 servers makes reports incompatible with third-party Security Information and Event Management software.
  • Resolved a problem related to developing a safe connection to a server using the TLS procedure. The application might hang when the server certificate specifies a safe and secure URL (HTTPS) for the Certificate Cancellation List (CRL) or for the Authority Information Gain access to (AIA) worths within the certificate.
  • Attended to a concern where altering your password while not straight linked to the business network, such as with a VPN, will trigger your personal secrets to become inaccessible. Symptoms vary consisting of the inability to encrypt/decrypt or sign files.
  • Addressed problem where applications that utilize msado15.dll quiting working after installing security upgrade KB4015550.
  • Attended to issue that avoids Internet Explorer 11 from following redirects when the Include-Referer-Token-Binding-ID header is set to "true.".
  • Dealt with issue with Microsoft Edge where a memory leak occurs whenever you revitalize a webpage.
  • Updated Web Explorer 11's New Tab Page with an integrated newsfeed.
  • Deprecated SHA-1 Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11 for SSL/TLS Server Authentication. See Advisory 4010323 to learn more.
  • Addressed additional problems with storage file system, Internet Explorer, and the.NET Framework.
  • Security updates to the Microsoft Scripting Engine, Microsoft Edge, Windows COM, Microsoft Graphics Element,. WEB Structure, Windows kernel, Windows SMB Server, Windows Server, and Web Explorer.

If you installed earlier updates, just the brand-new fixes contained in this package will be downloaded and installed on your gadget.

KB4022727 (OS Build 10240.17443) [June 13, 2017 ]

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 2017-06 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1507 for x64-based Systems (KB4022727)

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June 13, 2017—KB4022727 (OS Build 10240.17443) Review

It's Patch Tuesday, so it's time for brand-new cumulative updates for Windows 10, which implies that users who are running Microsoft's newest os are getting lots of security repairs attending to known vulnerabilities.

This month, Microsoft has released four different cumulative updates for each version of Windows 10 launched up until now, and it goes without stating that users are recommended to install the one that's appropriate for their system as soon as possible.

The new cumulative updates are KB4022725, KB4022715, KB4022714, and KB4022727, and are launched to Windows 10 Creators Update, Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Windows 10 November Update, and Windows 10 RTM, respectively.
" Bumping Windows variations"

The list of modifications is primarily about security fixes, but there are also bug repairs that deserve taking a look at. We're going to detail each update individually, so take a look at the end of the short article for updates to see what each of them is all about.

What is necessary to understand in the meantime is that every update bumps the Windows 10 variation, so setting up the KB4022725 cumulative upgrade brings your system to variation 15063.413. In its turn, Windows 10 cumulative update KB4022715 presses system variation to 14393.1358.

No new functions are consisted of in these cumulative updates, and installing any of them brings a computer system completely as much as date, as all the previously-released repairs are likewise included. This is one of the reasons cumulative updates are growing in size with every release, though Microsoft has actually likewise begun offering delta updates that include only the improvements presented since the previous cumulative upgrade.

There are no reports of failed installs just yet, however we're watching out on the main feedback channels, so we'll let you understand if there is anything to share on this front. Without a doubt, however, users must set up these cumulative updates as soon as possible, given that today's release is all about security.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

KB4022725 (OS Build 15063.413 and 15063.414)

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 2017-06 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1703 for x64-based Systems (KB4022725)

 2017-06 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1703 for x86-based Systems (KB4022725)

 2017-06 Delta Update for Windows 10 Version 1703 for x64-based Systems (KB4022725)

 2017-06 Delta Update for Windows 10 Version 1703 for x86-based Systems (KB4022725)

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June 13, 2017—KB4022725 (OS Build 15063.413 and 15063.414) Review

What’s New in Windows 10 Cumulative Update (OS Build 15063.413 and 15063.414)
The Windows 10 Creators Update rollout started in April, but as Microsoft explained, it takes place in stages, which suggests that users are slowly getting it on their gadgets. By this point, nevertheless, many users have already installed the Creators Update, with stats revealing that adoption of variation 1703 is growing at a fast lane.

Today's cumulative update for these systems is KB4022725 and it bumps OS version to 15063.413 and 15063.414. Much like the other cumulative updates released today, the focus is on security improvements, though there are also some other modifications worth having a look at.
" Exactly what's brand-new in this cumulative upgrade"

For example, KB4022725 repairs an issue requiring users to press the space bar to dismiss the lock screen. This was a bug that was experienced on some systems here at Softpedia, and we can validate that things are going back to regular after installing this update.

There are likewise modifications affecting Cortana, with Microsoft saying that there was a bug avoiding cross-device notification reply to work properly. After setting up KB4022725, whatever should be great.

There are also repairs for Web Explorer, as the web browser ignored the policy called "Send all sites not consisted of in the Enterprise Mode Site List to Microsoft Edge." And IE is likewise getting another bug repair for time-zone info.

There are a lot of security repairs in this upgrade, consisting of for Windows Kernel, Windows PDF, Gadget Guard, Internet Explorer, Windows Shell, and Microsoft Edge.

Installing this cumulative update needs a system reboot, so you need to save your work prior to whatever else. We aren't aware of any bugs at the time of publishing this article, however as with any cumulative update, it remains to be seen if whatever's working correctly.