Windows 10 Cumulative Updates

Windows 10 Cumulative Updates KB4016252 and KB4016251 Download Links

#Windows10 #Windows10Update – Windows 10 Cumulative Updates KB4016252 and KB4016251 Download Links : Microsoft has rolled out new cumulative updates for systems running Windows 10 Creators Update (build 15063), and while they are available via Windows Update, as is the case of the majority of cumulative updates, they can be downloaded manually as well.

KB4016252 and KB4016251 are only available for users in the Windows Insider program, and you can check out more information about both of them here.

As usual, these cumulative updates do not bring any new features, but only bug fixes and performance improvements, and this is particularly important this time given the fact that Microsoft is getting ready to roll out the Creators Update to all users.

The Windows Insider program is thus playing a much more important role right now, as users participating in this effort can help test not only Windows and app updates but also cumulative updates before they are shipped to users. And given that the Creators Update is not yet available for retail users, this helps Microsoft ensure smooth performance of the OS release before the go-ahead button is pushed.

Windows 10 Creators Update launching tomorrow

As a reminder, the Windows 10 Creators Update is projected to become available for download via Windows Update Assistant tomorrow, while everyone else will get it on Windows Update on April 11.

A new cumulative update is likely to ship on April 11 to systems updating to the final version of the Creators Update, and the improvements that are released these days by Microsoft as part of the Windows Insider program are likely to ship in this final patch as well.

You can manually download cumulative updates KB4016252 and KB4016251 using this link, but keep in mind that you can only install them on systems running version 1703 (which is the Creators Update on build 15063) as part of the Windows Insider program, enrolled either in the Slow or Fast rings.

Source : Softpedia

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