On August 16, Microsoft rolled out its second cumulative update for Windows 10 1607. This new cumulative update contains a slew of new – what Microsoft calls – “quality improvements.” Despite Microsoft’s best efforts to stem the negative connotation with marketing redirection, customers still call them bug fixes.
However, despite the large swath of fixes, the original problem introduced during the first rollup in August still exists even in this latest batch of fixes. As we reported then, the first update (KB4034658) Deletes Update History for Windows 10 1607. That issue still exists.
To see what all this latest update fixes, see: August 16, 2017—KB4034661 (OS Build 14393.1613)
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