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August 6, 2015

Microsoft rolls out updates for Windows 10

It does not have any security fixes.

By CBR Staff Writer

Just days after its launch, Microsoft has rolled out an update for Windows 10 to improve and enhance the functionality of the OS.

According to the software maker, the updates are cumulative, and the package will contain all the previously released fixes, that were designed to enhance security and functionality.

It also highlighted that users who have downloaded the previous update ‘KB 3074683’ will get fixes in the latest package.

The update is available from Windows Update and is automatic, so users need not take any additional steps if the automatic update is turned on in the system.

However, users are advised to restart their computers after the installation.

The software maker did not give out details of the update, but it is being speculated that it includes performance and reliability fixes.

The company is also expected to roll out more cumulative update on a weekly basis during the first month of Windows 10 availability, reported ZedNet.

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While some customers will be able to postpone the updates for a set period, others belonging to the "Current Branch" will have to get the update immediately once Microsoft pushes them via Windows Update.

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