Most Windows 10 users have likely updated theirs systems with the much-publicized Anniversary Update that started pushing out last week. Today, Microsoft issued a cumulative update, KB3176493, for Windows 10 Version 1511 users who for whatever reason haven’t yet been updated.
This update includes quality improvements and security fixes. No new operating system features are being introduced in this update. Key changes include:
- Improved reliability by allowing more time for devices to recover from connected standby mode.
- Addressed issue affecting some devices with Bitlocker enabled that didn’t start up to the BitLocker password entry screen.
- Addressed issue with MouseUp and MouseDown events not working correctly when using a scroll bar in an Inline Frame (IFrame).
- Addressed issue that delays the display of content when resizing the Internet Explorer 11 browser window.
- Addressed issue with special keys and mouse clicks that don’t work on devices when Remote Assistance is in session.
- Addressed issue with rendering multi-pixel points in Web Graphics Library (WebGL).
- Addressed additional issues with certain devices that can’t transition from connected standby to sleep mode, updates not installing, and Internet Explorer 11.
- Security updates to Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Edge, Kernel Mode Drivers, Windows Authentication Methods, Microsoft Graphics Component, and Kernel Mode Blacklist.
If you’re still running a non-Anniversary Update version of Windows 10, then you’ll want to at least apply this latest cumulative update. Let us know in the comments if you find anything interesting in today’s Patch Tuesday effort.