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  • New cumulative updates for Win10 1803, 1709, 1703, and 1607 – but NOT for 1809

    Posted on November 27th, 2018 at 12:47 woody Comment on the AskWoody Lounge

    By Jove, I think somebody in Redmond has figured this stuff out.

    Win10 version 1803 KB 4467682 brings the build up to 17134.441. Lots and lots of little bug fixes. Still shows two known issues: The SqlConnection exception in .NET, and the Seek Bar is broken in Windows Media Player.

    Win10 version 1709KB 4467681 brings the build up to 16299.820. Another big list of bugs, same acknowledged problems.

    Win7 Preview KB 4467108 is a real yawner – one bug fix for the Japanese date change, and two time zone updates, for Russia and Morocco.

    Win8.1 Preview KB 4467695 also lays on the zzzz’s, with more Japanese calendar change bugs and more time zone updates.

    Of course, you don’t want any of them.

    As of this moment, there’s no Win10 version 1809 cumulative update. As I explained this morning, that’s a good thing.

    Now let’s see how long Microsoft lets Win10 1809  build 17763.167 bake before it gets pushed. If we’re lucky, MS will wait until next Patch Tuesday — and fix all of the known bugs before we have to go through another patch cycle.