Windows 10 Build 16299.431 is now available, download offline installer

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Direct download links for Windows 10 KB4103727 is now
available from Microsoft’s Update Catalog. The cumulative
update for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709) is
available with improvements and general bug fixes. It’s an
important update for the majority of systems in the Windows 10
ecosystem running the version 1709.

Windows 10 KB4103727 advances the operating system to
Build 16299.431, and users are recommended to install the
update as soon as possible. The Build 16299.431 includes
security fixes and performance related improvements. Microsoft
is not addressing too many bugs with today’s update, but it’s
likely that another cumulative update could be released later
this month to include more fixes for everyone.

As you might have guessed already, the update comes with no new
features or major changes. If you’re looking for new features,
you can
download and install Windows 10 April 2018 Update. The
Windows 10 KB4103727 also includes fixes for Microsoft
Edge and Internet Explorer browsers. You can check
out the full changelog below but it’s worth noting that most of
the fixes are for enterprises.

KB4103727 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4103727 Direct Download Links: 32-bit (x86) and

KB4103727 Windows 10 16299.431 Full Changelog

Microsoft has addressed bugs in Internet Explorer. The company
is also updating Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer with the
ability to respect the video preload flag in certain scenarios.
The software giant is also addressing a bug where Windows Mixed
Reality device fails to download the updates.

Microsoft is also addressing the issues on AMD platforms
that causes loss of USB port functionality. The company has
increased the minimum password length in Group Policy from 14
to 20 characters.

The software giant is also addressing bugs with the Remote
Desktop server where it may throw an error. Last but not the
last, the company has addressed an issue where App-V Scripts
(User Scripts) stops working due to a bug in Windows Servicing

Microsoft is rolling out security updates to core components of
Windows 10. The security updates are available for Microsoft
Edge, Internet Explorer, Windows Hyper-V, Windows kernel,
Microsoft Graphics Component, Microsoft scripting engine,
Windows app platform, frameworks and more.

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