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Windows 10 KB3116900 Cumulative Update Now Available

It was only a few days ago that Microsoft began rolling out Windows 10 KB3116908 updates. However, a newer update is readily available for download.

Windows 10 KB3116908 update was announced a few days ago, and while KB3116900 is nothing more than a series of security updates, you should definitely have a look at them and install them promptly. KB3116908 will be replaced with Windows 10 KB3116900 update, so if you previously had any issues with the update, we hope this will resolve it for you.

According to Microsoft’s Support site [Microsoft], the benefits of the new update are wholly security related. It addresses problems in device drivers, graphics components, JavaScript and VBscript vulnerabilities, as well as holes in Edge and Internet Explorer. Since this is a cumulative update, it includes all the fixes included in previous updates.

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This update will act as a successor to KB3116908, so if you had problems with the previous update, you can install this new batch of drivers and have a look on whether or not it improves your experience.

If you want to manually prompt the installation of this update should Windows 10 update manager fail to detect them, you can do so by clicking here [Microsoft].
You will of course have to be on the new 1511 build of Windows 10, i.e. the updates that released to Windows 10 after November 10th.

After installing the updates, a restart is part of the finishing touches, after which you will be able to continue using Windows 10 as your normally would. Microsoft hopes that Windows 10 KB3116900 update will be your solution to any current problems you face.

If you have already installed the update, do leave us a comment below and share your experiences with the update. Did these recent string of cumulative updates fix any bugs you faced with Windows 10? We always love hearing from our community!