Earlier this week, Microsoft rolled out new Windows 10 cumulative updates to Windows Insiders: Slow Ring and Release Preview Insiders could download the cumulative update build 15063.13, while Fast Ring Insiders could test the cumulative build 15063.14. This latest build, which “fixes an issue where non-suspendable processes would suspend after waking a device” is now rolling out to both Slow and Release Preview Rings.
Heads up #WindowsInsiders – Cumulative Update Build 15063.14 (KB4016252) has been released to Slow and Release Preview rings.
— Brandon LeBlanc (@brandonleblanc) April 6, 2017
Additionally, non-Insiders who already installed the Creators Update (either via the official ISOs or the Upgrade Assistant can also download the cumulative update build 15063.13. As a reminder, here is the complete changelog for this build:
- Addressed issue with Windows audio devicegraph isolation burning CPU-endless loop due to defective APOs.
- Addressed installation issue with V3 XPS-based printer connections from non-1703 clients to 1703.
- Addressed issue with Surface USB: Bluetooth radio sometimes fails to re-enumerate during hibernate/resume.
- Addressed issue with virus protection product driver install triggering a system crash on build 15060 configured with DeviceGuard.
We’re less than a week away from the global rollout of the Creators Update, and we’ll see if Microsoft decides to roll out a new cumulative update before April 11. Keep it locked to OnMSFT to get all the latest news about Windows 10.