Microsoft is rolling out a new Windows Update called KB3124200.
It is a Cumulative Update, and is only available for PCs running on Windows 10 1511 Threshold 2.
And as usual there was no change log for the update. The knowledgebase article for the update says it contains the fixes from the previous Cumulative Update KB3116900. Additionally there are some new fixes, which sadly haven’t been revealed yet.
Speaking of lack of information about updates, Microsoft oh so kindly failed to provide one for its most recent Preview Build 11082, which was released yesterday. The Redmond Company instead claimed that there aren’t any major changes in the [...]
Windows 10 Build 10586, aka the Threshold 2 update which was released a few weeks ago, has had its fair share of troubles.
First it was the huge panic caused by Microsoft pulling the ISO which could be downloaded using the Media Creation Tool.
This was said to be the non-functioning Bitlocker Encryption, which reportedly failed after users upgraded to the November Update/ The Redmond company, quelled the rumours, by re-enabling the downloads of the Build 10586 ISOs, and offered an explanation in the form of a Windows Update change-log.
It revealed that some privacy settings were accidentally changed by the November update, and to fix this, Windows Update [...]
Microsoft had released its first major update to Windows 10, the Threshold 2 update, a couple of weeks ago.
But something happened during the last weekend, which caused utter confusion amongst the folk, who were trying to upgrade to the new version of the operating system.
Microsoft pulled the Windows 10 build 10586 ISO, which was previously available for download, using the Media Creation Tool, and sent users into panic. Users who tried to download the ISO using the tool, found that it only downloaded the general availability Build 10240, aka the launch version of Windows 10.
However, it did release an official statement, saying that the November Update [...]
A couple of weeks ago, Microsoft released Windows 10 Build 10586 to all users running on the launch version of the operating system, RTM Build 10240.
But the problem with the update process, was that it wasn’t available to all users.
Naturally, people began to look for other ways to install the update, and the only logical option, was to download the official ISO, and manually install the new version. This was possible thanks to the Media Creation Tool, which is available at the Redmond company’s website.
And then, over the weekend, Microsoft went crazy. It pulled the Windows 10 Build 10586 ISO, and the Media Creation Tool, now instead [...]