Microsoft rolls out June Windows Updates for Windows 10 Build 10130 to fix security issues and patches for Audio playback and Core Editions
Microsoft rolls out June Windows Updates for Windows 10 Build 10130.
The Redmond company has released two bug fixing updates and three security updates, for users running Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10130.
Windows Update KB3069069:
This update fixes issues related to audio playback, after users upgrade to Build 10130. This audio bug was reportedly a major one, and is believed to be one of the reasons why Build 10130 was not rolled out to the Slow Ring of Insiders.
Windows Update KB3070677:
This update fixes issues related to new builds of Windows 10 not being detected on computers running the Insider Preview. The issue is actually related to Core Editions of Windows 10, namely upgrades from Windows 7 Home/Starter editions and Windows 8 Core.
Security Updates for Windows 10 Insider Preview (June Updates)
Windows Update KB3070677 and KB3070675:
These two updates are important security patches, which fix vulnerabilities in systems running Build 10130. Microsoft has not posted knowledge base articles regarding these updates, so we do not know what issues were fixed.
Windows Update KB3065820:
This update brings fixes for security issues for Adobe Flash Player in Internet Explorer for Windows 10 Insider Preview.
All the above updates are available for computers running on Windows 10 Insider Preview. The updates will be automatically downloaded and installed. To check if your computer has received the updates, click on Start and open the Settings app. Now click on Update and Security, and click on check for updates.
All of the updates requires the user to restart the computer to finish installing.
Bugs in installing the updates:
If you click on Advanced Options > View your Update History, you may see a message below each update which says “Requires a restart to finish installing”.
This is not the first time such a bug has been spotted. I have seen many of these messages, however they are falsely reported as not installed.
If you click on Uninstall Updates, a new Window will open, listing the installed Windows Updates. You will find that the new updates have been installed after all.
There are still several bugs in the current Build. You can read about the known issues in Build 10130 here, and also some issues which we came across in the hands on review of the same build, but are yet to be recognized as known issues.
Microsoft recently released Windows Update KB3070365 to fix an issue related to Taskbar and Start Flyouts in Windows 10 Build 10130. The WiFi issue in the build was recently patched in KB3069068.