Windows 10 gets a new cumulative update (KB3081455)

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Microsoft has rolled out a new cumulative update for Windows 10 today (KB3081455), which includes functionality improvements and resolves vulnerabilities in the operating system. This particular cumulative update addresses issues stated in seven security bulletins.
Included with this cumulative update are security fixes for Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, as well as fixes for vulnerabilities that could allow remote code execution. Nothing new was added to this update, aside from security fixes. Keep in mind that in order to install this particular cumulative update, you will be required to have KB3081448 installed.
This update is available through Windows Update and will be downloaded and installed automatically. Let us know if you notice any issues with your operating system after installing the update!

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