In addition to a fresh build for Fast ring Insiders to dive into today, Microsoft is pushing out an update for those on the Slow ring. Today's release doesn't contain any new features, however. Instead, it focuses on fixing two small issues.
Here's a look at the fixes rolling out now as cumulative update 17744.1004:
- A reliability issue where restart warnings is not displayed for user-scheduled update restart.
- Security Configuration and Analysis snap-in for Microsoft Management Console does not list System Services.
This update follows the original launch of build 17744 on the Slow ring last week. For more, you can check out the full release notes at the Windows Blog. Otherwise, you can grab today's cumulative update now via Windows Update.
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