Though you may be offered various updates on your Windows 10 but Cumulative Updates are those updates which fixes your system as they offer a group of hotfixes applied. Therefore it is necessary that you should have detailed information about these updates, before you deploy them. If you’ve customized your system settings, it will help you to judge whether you system should go for particular update. In this article, we’re providing you the necessary change-log for every new Cumulative Update pushed by Microsoft.
What’s New In KB4089848?
The latest Windows 10 Cumulative Update available right now is KB4093112 and it updates your system to build number 16299.371. The update applies to Windows 10 Version 1709 (Fall Creators Update) and it released on April 10, 2018.
According to Microsoft, following are the highlights of this update:
Provides support to control usage of Indirect Branch Prediction Barrier (IBPB) within some AMD processors (CPUs) for mitigating CVE-2017-5715, Spectre Variant 2 when switching from user context to kernel context (See AMD Architecture Guidelines around Indirect Branch Control and AMD Security Updates for more details). Follow instructions outlined in KB4073119 for Windows Client (IT Pro) guidance to enable usage of IBPB within some AMD processors (CPUs) for mitigating Spectre Variant 2 when switching from user context to kernel context.
- Addresses an issue that causes an access violation in Internet Explorer when it runs on the Microsoft Application Virtualization platform
- Addresses an issue in Enterprise Mode related to redirects in Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge.
- Addresses an issue that generates an access violation on certain pages in Internet Explorer when it renders SVGs under a high load.
- Addresses additional issues with updated time zone information.
- Addresses an issue that might cause the App-V service to stop working on an RDS server that hosts many users.
- Addresses an issue where user accounts are locked when applications are moved to a shared platform using App-V (e.g., XenApp 7.15+ with Windows Server 2016, where Kerberos authentication isn’t available).
- Addresses an issue with printing content generated by ActiveX in Internet Explorer.
- Addresses an issue that causes document.execCommand(“copy”) to always return False in Internet Explorer.
- Addresses an issue that, in some instances, prevents Internet Explorer from identifying custom controls.
- Security updates to Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Windows app platform and frameworks, Microsoft scripting engine, Windows graphics, Windows Server, Windows kernel, Windows datacenter networking, Windows wireless networking, Windows virtualization and Kernel, and Windows Hyper-V.
Windows 10 Update History
Here is the list of all Cumulative Updates released for Windows 10, till date. This list will help you to track which update was failed/not installed/not offered to your machine.
|Windows Update||Release Date||OS Version||OS Build|
|KB4089848||Mar 22, 2018||1709||16299.334|
|KB4088776||Mar 13, 2018||1709||16299.309|
|KB4090913||Mar 5, 2018||1709||16299.251|
|KB4074588||Feb 13, 2018||1709||16299.248|
|KB4058258||Jan 31, 2018||1709||16299.214|
|KB4073291||Jan 18, 2018||1709||16299.201|
|KB4056892||Jan 3, 2018||1709||16299.192|
|KB4054517||Dec 12, 2017||1709||16299.125|
|KB4051963||Nov 30, 2017||1709||16299.98|
|KB4048955||Nov 14, 2017||1709||16299.64|
|KB4043961||Oct 17, 2017||1709||16299.19|
|KB4041676||Oct 10, 2017||1703||15063.674|
|KB4040724||Sep 25, 2017||1703||15063.632|
|KB4038788||Sep 12, 2017||1703||15063.608|
|KB4034674||Aug 8, 2017||1703||15063.540|
|KB4032188||Jul 31, 2017||1703||15063.502|
|KB4025342||Jul 11, 2017||1703||15063.483|
|KB4022716||Jun 27, 2017||1703||15063.447|
|KB4022725||Jun 13, 2017||1703||15063.414|
|KB4020102||May 25, 2017||1703||15063.332|
|KB4016871||May 9, 2017||1703||15063.297|
|KB4016240||Apr 25, 2017||1703||15063.250|
|KB4014483||Apr 11, 2017||1703||15063.138|
|KB4016251||Apr 5, 2017||1703||15063.13|
|KB4016635||Mar 22, 2017||1607||14393.970|
|KB4015438||Mar 20, 2017||1607||14393.969|
|KB4013429||Mar 14, 2017||1607||14393.953|
|KB3216755||Jan 26, 2017||1607||14393.726|
|KB3213986||Jan 10, 2017||1607||14393.693|
|KB3206632||Dec 13, 2016||1607||14393.576|
|KB3201845||Dec 9, 2016||1607||14393.479|
|KB3200970||Nov 9, 2016||1607||14393.448|
|KB3197954||Oct 27, 2016||1607||14393.351|
|KB3194798||Oct 11, 2016||1607||14393.321|
|KB3194496||Sep 29, 2016||1607||14393.222|
|KB3193494||Sep 20, 2016||1607||14393.189|
|KB3189866||Sep 13, 2016||1607||14393.187|
|KB3176938||Aug 31, 2016||1607||14393.105|
|KB3176934||Aug 23, 2016||1607||14393.82|
|KB3176495||Aug 9, 2016||1607||14393.51|
|KB3176929||Aug 2, 2016||1607||14393.10|
|KB3192441||Oct 11, 2016||1511||10586.633|
|KB3185614||Sep 13, 2016||1511||10586.589|
|KB3176493||Aug 9, 2016||1511||10586.545|
|KB3172985||Jul 12, 2016||1511||10586.494|
|KB3163018||Jun 14, 2016||1511||10586.420|
|KB3156421||May 10, 2016||1511||10586.318|
|KB3147458||Apr 12, 2016||1511||10586.218|
|KB3140768||Mar 8, 2016||1511||10586.164|
|KB3140743||Mar 1, 2016||1511||10586.122|
|KB3135173||Feb 9, 2016||1511||10586.104|
|KB3192440||Oct 11, 2016||RTM||10240.17146|
|KB3193821||Sep 20, 2016||RTM||10240.17113|
|KB3185611||Sep 13, 2016||RTM||10240.17113|
|KB3176492||Aug 9, 2016||RTM||10240.17071|
|KB3163912||Jul 12, 2016||RTM||10240.17024|
|KB3163017||Jun 14, 2016||RTM||10240.16942|
|KB3156387||May 10, 2016||RTM||10240.16854|
|KB3147461||Apr 12, 2016||RTM||10240.16769|
|KB3140745||Mar 8, 2016||RTM||10240.16725|
|KB3135174||Feb 9, 2016||RTM||10240.16683|
You can read change-log of these updates in detail on this page. Please check back this post to have information about latest Windows Update available.
To uninstall installed updates, check this guide.
To block this update, check this guide.