Microsoft released the first cumulative update KB4043961 after Windows 10 Fall Creator Updates was pushed


After several hours of the release of the Windows 10 Fall Creator Update, Microsoft released the first cumulative update KB4043961. In fact, this cumulative update has been released last week for Windows Insider users, and now Microsoft released for the official version, recommended users to upgrade as soon as possible after the deployment of the cumulative update.


According to the official update log, the cumulative update primarily fixes localized improvements that resulted in the reinstallation of applications that have been uninstalled after each reboot, logoff, and log in, and error alerts such as JET database corruption.

The cumulative update was originally launched with the October patch Tuesday event, which included fixes for the kernel-mode driver, the Microsoft Graphics component, the IE browser, and the Windows DNS Service. According to a known issue of KB4043961, the installation of a generic application that uses JavaScript and asm.js stops working after installation.

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