Windows 10 for PCs build 15063.13 is available in the Production ring - here's what's fixed

Earlier today, Microsoft released the Windows 10 Creators Update for PCs for those that are bold enough to install it manually. Naturally, with that comes the first cumulative update, which addresses a range of issues for the feature update.

Build 15063.13 first rolled out to the Slow and Release Preview rings on Monday, with 15063.14 showing up in the Fast ring. At the time, it only listed two fixes, but that's because 15063.11 had rolled out before it, and that obviously never made it to Production.

Of course, these are cumulative updates, so by definition, they contain everything that came before them. Here's the full list of fixes in 15063.13:

  • Addressed issue with Windows audio devicegraph isolation burning CPU-endless loop due to defective APOs.

  • Addressed installation issue with V3 XPS-based printer connections from non-1703 clients to 1703.

  • Addressed issue with Surface USB: Bluetooth radio sometimes fails to re-enumerate during hibernate/resume.

  • Addressed issue with virus protection product driver install triggering a system crash on build 15060 configured with DeviceGuard.

Microsoft says that it is not aware of any known issues with this update, although there will certainly be more cumulative updates with more fixes on the way, possibly next Tuesday, which just happens to be Patch Tuesday. April 11 is also the day that the company will begin rolling out the Creators Update to newer devices.

This update is for PCs only, as Microsoft still hasn't begun the rollout of the Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update. This will happen on April 25, although it's been reported that not all handsets will receive it.

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