Today, Microsoft released new cumulative updates for older yet supported versions of Windows 10 for PCs. Today’s builds are for versions 1709, 1703, and 1607, meaning that there’s nothing new for the current version, 1803, and no news on version 1809, which was pulled from Windows Update due to files getting deleted after installing the upgrade.

Microsoft seems to be doing something new with cumulative updates, and this is the second month in a row that the firm has done it this way. the second Tuesday of the month is still Patch Tuesday when every supported version gets an update, but the changelogs are pretty minor. Then, the longer lists of fixes show up in new updates later in the month.

If you’re still on the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, or version 1709, you’ll get KB4462932, which brings the build number to 16299.755.


I am afraid to push out any updates until I get some feedback first Microsoft really made a mess of this.