Windows 10: Cumulative Update KB4016635 for Windows 10 v1607 Build 14393.970

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  1.    04 Apr 2017 #70

    Scottyboy99 said: View Post
    I'm kind of inclined to agree in as much as I am also baffled by MS thinking. The first issue I don't care about, don't even know what it means but the second issue I'd say is a major thing if store apps or installs fail. Personally I don't have the issue at all so I am not rushing out to download this manually, I'll adopt a stance of 'if it ain't broke then don't fix it'. But if it is causing the general public issues then it should be pushed via Windows update and not as you rightfully say left to the user to figure out. Most users would not know about manually installing. We only know about it because we read these forums. I can only imagine that the second issue is not common and affects a small amount of users which is why Windows update is not getting it.
    If you aren't having those problems you do not need the update--that's why it doesn't come down through WU. BTW, if you are running McAfee's, that program is a bogus monstrosity anyway and I would certainly without hesitation uninstall it immediately... Defender is far superior and designed to work with your OS in a friendly way (McAfee's sticks itself everywhere it isn't wanted in the OS. UGH! Kludge barely begins to describe it.)

    Also, I installed the 970 update manually into my wife's Anniversary build and was surprised to see how long the process takes--30-40 minutes, IIRC. So if you have 969 installed and do not have McAfee's or store problems then leave 970 alone, is my advice.
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       07 Apr 2017 #71

    M4v3r1ck said: View Post
    Without touching my SSD-WIN10-14393.953 in what ever way, after booting my SSD Windows decided to auto-change & delete - read totally screwed up - my language settings back to Dutch (my original Windows 8 OEM dvd is the nl_nl version)
    1. 14393.953 (untouched and NOT updated to .970)!
    Attachment 128155
    2. Windows even deleted my ENG language package?
    Attachment 128156
    Any suggestions / directions what the heck happened and more important, how to prevent this issue in the future? TIA!
    Cheers
    Anybody a hint for me? Appreciated!

    Cheers
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  3.    10 Apr 2017 #72

    I haven't had any problems updating apps until tonight when Windows Store with 0x80070216 error comes up when trying to update the Deezer app! Strangely an app update was also offered for Skype preview at same time and that one updated just fine. I wonder if this error does relate to this KB fix or there are glitches on MS server end. Just seems strange this one isolated app won't update. Can't see any point downloading this KB to move up from .969 what with Creators update due tomorrow but it's frustrating nonetheless as I'd like my apps to be all upto date before the big update begins. Anyone else have Deezer and seeing problems updating it?
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