Windows 10: Cumulative update KB3097617 released for download

Microsoft has released to the RTM version of Windows 10, a new cumulative update called KB3097617 to download. The update is now distributed to all users of the final Windows 10 version. In Windows 10 Home the update time is automatically installed in the background while running Windows 10 Pro is also possible deferment. The exact details of the changes remains Microsoft guilty, but some information, there are still known to the KB3097617 update.

Windows 10: Cumulative update KB3097617 released for download

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Microsoft has released a new cumulative update for the final version of Windows 10 under the name KB3097617, which is now distributed via the integrated update function. Unlike the last versions Microsoft are this time actually some additional information which changes are introduced with each update. The new version replaces the KB3097617 published at the beginning of the month update KB3093266. When you create a new Windows buys 10 device or perform a fresh install, it is supplied directly to the latest version and does not have to make many intermediate steps. All previous updates are included in the new cumulative update KB3097617 and it will only install what is really needed to be up to date.

KB3097617

The new cumulative update KB3097617 for Windows 10 contains the security update for the Windows kernel and Windows Shell. Microsoft has also integrated cumulative updates for Microsoft Edge browser and Internet Explorer. There is also a vulnerability in the Certificates closed, would allow spoofing. Exact details can be found on the relevant support page for KB3097617 update.

Overall, the new cumulative update for Windows 10 so bring meaningful change, which is why the installation should be thoroughly carried out in a timely manner. In Windows 10 Home, there is indeed no choice, but this time is improved security and thus meaningfully to the operating system. Problems with the update have so far not shown up yet.

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via WinBeta

14.11.2017

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