Microsoft rolls out KB3019269 update for build 9879

    Microsoft rolls out KB3019269 update for build 9879

    Microsoft rolls out KB3019269 update for build 9879


    Posted: 24 Nov 2014
    Windows 10: Microsoft rolls out KB3019269 update for build 9879 to address bugs and performance issues

    Roughly two weeks ago, Microsoft released Windows 10 build 9879 to Windows Insider Program participants. Those of you who were in the fast ring were able to download and install this build, but faced numerous performance issues and bugs.
    Microsoft has yet to release the build for slow ring participants but today the company has released a small 2MB update (KB3019269) that 'resolves issues in Windows.' This update likely fixes a few bugs and improves performance for those who were experiencing issues with Windows 10 build 9879.
    Head over to Windows Update and snag this update. Remember, it will only appear for those of you who installed Windows 10 build 9879 (fast ring). More on this as it develops. Let us know if you notice any new improvements.
    Thanks for the tip, Anupom!



    BunnyJ's Avatar Posted By: BunnyJ
    24 Nov 2014

  1. BunnyJ's Avatar
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       #1

    So far.. no issues but I can't say it's fixed anything yet.

    Jeff
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  2. davehc's Avatar
    Posts : 513
       #2

    . Its only purpose is to fix the blue screen issue, which I have not experienced, but have read of others having the problem.
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  3. Posts : 372
    Windows 10
       #3

    Here's hoping it fix the issues I was having while using mpc-hc (et al)....
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  4. Winuser's Avatar
    Posts : 6,461
    Windows 10 Pro Insider
       #4

    Didn't fix any of my problems. I still can't print in Pale Moon, Thunderbird or Firefox. My USB capture device still causes a blue screen. Oh Well, Hopefully January's release will bring some fixes.
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  5. labeeman's Avatar
    Posts : 14,716
    Mint 19.3
       #5

    The update fixes the 0xAB bluescreen that some 'fast ring' users were hitting. Microsoft also said that they want to see how this fix plays out before pushing down the build to the 'slow' ring users.
    The story
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