Windows 10: Cumulative Update KB4051963 Windows 10 v1709 Build 16299.98

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  1.    30 Nov 2017 #21

    Done and all is well
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  2.    30 Nov 2017 #22

    Back in Business


    I just restored my machine back to the beginning of November. I then checked Windows Update and KB4048955 was no longer offered. Instead, MS Update offered the new KB4051963 update and this update installed properly. Since it is a cumulative update, I no longer need to fight with KB4048955 and my system is up to date again.
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       30 Nov 2017 #23

    TheAncient said: View Post
    I just restored my machine back to the beginning of November. I then checked Windows Update and KB4048955 was no longer offered. Instead, MS Update offered the new KB4051963 update and this update installed properly. Since it is a cumulative update, I no longer need to fight with KB4048955 and my system is up to date again.
    Yes, sir! That's the way they work! Worked out good for you....
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  4.    01 Dec 2017 #24

    philc43 said: View Post
    Looking at my installed updates I see that I also got one for stability improvements with the servicing stack (KB4054022), it was slipped in at the same time as this cumulative update.

    Servicing stack update KB4054022 for Windows 10 v1709 Nov. 30, 2017 - Windows 10 Forums

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    Thanks for pointing that out. That additional update was stealthily installed on my P.C. as well. Will do some Googling to see what it's all about. Boy...I'm gonna miss the "Control Panel" when it's eventually removed from Windows 10.
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  5.    01 Dec 2017 #25

    Just installed on both machines very quickly, 10 to 14 minutes max, I am at build 16299.98, but I still see this "amd64-based systems" thing. Is that the new norm?

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  6.    01 Dec 2017 #26

    what happened to insider preview getting updates before non insider builds???
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       01 Dec 2017 #27

    dskiller said: View Post
    what happened to insider preview getting updates before non insider builds???
    That hasn't happened for some time now.
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  8.    01 Dec 2017 #28

    Shiekh said: View Post
    The best sort; I much prefer bug fixes over new features.
    I was not really talking about new features but the fact that none of the commonly reported issues had been tackled that have been fixed in Insider eg auto restarting of apps, English GB standard keyboard (and many other languages) not available, raid volumes not being visible etc.
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  9.    01 Dec 2017 #29

    IronZorg89 said: View Post
    Just installed on both machines very quickly, 10 to 14 minutes max, I am at build 16299.98, but I still see this "amd64-based systems" thing. Is that the new norm?

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    No it is simply MS complying with an agreement that updates are shown to be for amd as well as for Intel. Just a naming convention, nothing else.
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    Windows 10 Pro v1703 Build 15063
       01 Dec 2017 #30

    I turned my PC on this morning to see this update completing the install but on checking the updates to see what had installed I was prompted to restart my PC to complete the same cumulative update. Never had this happen before but the install completed without issues. I also noticed that the Other section in Updates now no longer shows failed Windows Apps updates, something I always found odd before (it seemed to start with the Fall Creators Update).

    Talking of strange, I find it amusing that Microsoft are putting so much effort into fixing issues with Internet Explorer 11. I have never used it since updating to Windows 10, preferring to use Edge or Chrome. I can understand supporting it on Windows 8 and earlier but Id be surprised if anyone on Windows 10 is using it as it a poor browser in my opinion here in 2017.

    So does anyone here actually use it?
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