Microsoft rolls out another cumulative update for Windows 10, but only for build 10240

After rolling out three cumulative updates for Windows 10 previously, Microsoft has now released yet another one - but this time just for build 10240. If you're one of the 75 million users of the company's latest OS and are also using build 10240, you should be getting three KB updates on your PC right now, namely KB3081448, KB3081449, KB3081452.

However, little is known about this patch, but it possibly contains minor bug fixes. This release of a cumulative update without a change log from Microsoft correlates with the company's stance on the matter when it stated that it won't be detailing every single Windows 10 patch. While some have reacted harshly to this policy, not every user of the OS cares enough to see what changes each minor update contains.

If you're on Windows 10 build 10240, you can update right now, but if you're on Insider Preview build 10525, you won't be able to see this update.

Source: Reddit via Windows Central

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