Bet you didn’t see this coming. Updates are something that have the potential to make or break Windows 10, quite literally at that. No wonder then that Microsoft is putting special emphasis on them.
More so when considering the options the two consumer versions of the operating system, Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro provide to users — the former has made installing these updates mandatory, while the latter only allows the ability to defer them for a few months.
Anyway, Redmond released what was to be the first cumulative update for Windows 10 last week.
And this time they are back with another.
According to some reports, the first one caused a fair few issues for some users, sending their computers on a reboot and installation loop — and while not much is known about what exactly this new release brings, many users will be hoping that it comes with a fix for that issue.
Just for the record, this particular update is titled, KB3081436, and you can find some more details about it via its support page here.
The update log is posted below, by the way:
Seeing as all Windows 10 updates will be cumulative in nature, and the packages will contain all previously released fixes, only new fixes are installed for users that have previous updates installed on their system.
You can download this second cumulative update for Windows 10 right now, as it’s flying off servers.
No reports of any problems with installation, at least as of this writing, but let us know if you encounter anything during deployment.
source : windows10update