New cumulative update now available for Creators Update PCs

We haven't quite reached March's Patch Tuesday yet, but Microsoft is shipping a small cumulative update for PCs on the Windows 10 Creators Update (via Neowin).

The update, KB4092077 (opens in new tab), keeps the build number at 15063.936 and includes a single fix related to an issue that can make portions of the user interface unusable. From the release notes:

  • Addresses issue where, after installing this update, some localized devices have incorrect strings or unusual behavior in different areas of the user interface (UI) that make the UI unusable.

This update also includes a single known issue that will prevent its installation on devices using antivirus software that hasn't been updated with a specific registry key. For more, you can check out Microsoft's full release notes (opens in new tab). Otherwise, if you have a PC that's still running the Creators Update (version 1703), the update should be available now via Windows Update. You can also install the update manually by downloading it from the Microsoft Update Catalog (opens in new tab).

Dan Thorp-Lancaster is the former Editor-in-Chief of Windows Central. He began working with Windows Central, Android Central, and iMore as a news writer in 2014 and is obsessed with tech of all sorts. You can follow Dan on Twitter @DthorpL and Instagram @heyitsdtl

4 Comments
  • Hmm. That explains it. Was wondering why the right click context menu in my surface book was empty 😮. When i right clicked, there were no items in the menu lol. Just an empty rectangle. Was just about to do a reset and saw a new update. All fixed now.
  • I'm still struggling to find a way to install the previous cumulative update without it failing and undoing the changes at every boot. Hopefully this one contains all the previous changes and actually works.
  • Oh well. I tried to download the new patch, the 64 bit version for my 64 bit Win10 pro, and I'm told it is not compatible with this PC. Really? It's only been built within the last 12 months! Have Microsoft given up producing updates that actually install?
  • Run the update troubleshooter.