Microsoft is busy with the rollout of the latest version of
Windows 10 called April 2018 Update but the company is also
supporting the systems still running the old operating
system. Microsoft is today rolling out a new cumulative update
for systems running Windows 10 Creators Update (version 1703).
Microsoft launched Windows 10 Creators Update or version 1703,
codenamed “Redstone 2” on April 11. It was the third major
update to Windows 10 with focus on creativity and productivity.
Microsoft has shipped two major updates after the release of
Windows 10 Creators Update (version 1703).
If your system is still running the old version of Windows 10,
you can today download a new cumulative update which addresses
the reported bugs. Microsoft is today delivering KB4103722
to all Windows 10 Creators Update devices with the focus on
KB4103722 Download Links for Windows 10
Windows 10 KB4103722 Direct Download Links: 32-bit (x86) and
KB4103722 Windows 10 Build 15063.1112 Full Changelog
Windows 10 Build 15063.1112 is a pretty big update with a
lot of changes, fixes and improvements. Microsoft has fixed a
reliability issue in .NET applications when using a Japanese
IME in a text box.
The company is also addressing an issue where some Bluetooth
devices do not work properly in Windows 10 due to connection
errors. Microsoft has also fixed an issue in Microsoft Outlook
2013 were Autodiscover does not work when UE-V is enabled.
Microsoft also addressed an issue with Performance Monitor
on some systems where a bug prevents users from adding
performance counters to the Performance Monitor.
Last but not the least, a compatibility issue with BitLocker
has been finally addressed. The other improvements are
specifically aimed at enterprises.
The patch is still rolling out and it would become available
for download in the coming days. Microsoft says that the update
is only supposed to improve reliability and no new features are
Microsoft is not aware of any known issues in this
cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1703. It’s likely that
after installing the patch the system would run pretty
On the other hand, the newly-released Windows 10 April 2018
Update hasn’t received any new cumulative updates today.
Microsoft might ship a new patch for Windows 10 April 2018
Update next month as the number of bugs reported in the OS is
growing every day.