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Windows 10 Version 1511 and Version 1507 receive new cumulative updates

People who have Windows 10 installed on their PC, but have yet to download the big Anniversary Update, are still getting their own cumulative patches. These are in addition to the patch that was rolled out today for Anniversary Update users of Windows 10.

For people who are still rocking the first non-Insider version of Windows 10, with the version number of 1507, they are getting the 10240.17071 build with these bug fixes:

  • Improved reliability for Internet Explorer 11 and WebDAV shares.
  • Addressed issue affecting some devices with Bitlocker enabled that didn't start up to the BitLocker password entry screen.
  • Addressed issue with MouseUp and MouseDown events not working correctly when using a scroll bar in an Inline Frame (IFrame).
  • Addressed issue that delays the display of content when resizing the Internet Explorer 11 browser window.
  • Addressed issue in DNS Subnet Prioritization that was impacting network connectivity.
  • Addressed issue with OLE drag and drop that prevents the download of more than one item per operation.
  • Addressed additional issues with revised daylight saving time, updates not installing, Internet Explorer 11, and the Windows kernel.
  • Security updates to Kernel Mode Blacklist, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows Authentication Methods, the lock screen, Kernel Mode Drivers, and Secure Boot.

If you have Windows 10 version 1511 (the November update) on your PC, your cumulative build number is 10586.545. Here's what's included in that patch:

  • Improved reliability by allowing more time for devices to recover from connected standby mode.
  • Addressed issue affecting some devices with Bitlocker enabled that didn't start up to the BitLocker password entry screen.
  • Addressed issue with MouseUp and MouseDown events not working correctly when using a scroll bar in an Inline Frame (IFrame).
  • Addressed issue that delays the display of content when resizing the Internet Explorer 11 browser window.
  • Addressed issue with special keys and mouse clicks that don't work on devices when Remote Assistance is in session.
  • Addressed issue with rendering multi-pixel points in Web Graphics Library (WebGL).
  • Addressed additional issues with certain devices that can't transition from connected standby to sleep mode, updates not installing, and Internet Explorer 11.
  • Security updates to Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Edge, Kernel Mode Drivers, Windows Authentication Methods, Microsoft Graphics Component, and Kernel Mode Blacklist.
40 Comments
  • updating.............................
  • 1607
  • 1607
    Wrong, they are referring to 1507 release from last year.
  • +1. 1607 versions are referred as Anniversary Update versions. We're not getting these updates in this latest build as these are already patched.
  • Yes we are
  • This article's referring to the 1511 & 1507 releases, zero to do with releases this year. If you're referring to this...
    We're not getting these updates in this latest build as these are already patched.
    Then yes, you're right, he's wrong to suggest there's no more patches or point releases coming. IF that's what he was saying, his post was vague at best...
  • Everyone?
    Not released for phone
  • Chi// ma\/\
  • Ch!ll M4n
  • Don't get it. Are a lot devices bring left behind with the threshold builds?
  • They are updating in waves. If you want to start yours immediately, use the media creation tool from Microsoft website.
  • Some business are on the LTSB (Long Term Service Branch) which allows them to stay on older builds or limit features for whatever the business needs are. These companies/users will be on 1507 and 1511 for as long as possible yet they still need reliability and security updates. The same companies usually don't need or want a lot of the consumer features and new features that are introduced in the Current Branch builds, aka, what consumers get with Windows as a Service, things like Inking, Microsoft Edge, advanced Cortana and a lot more are not needed or even disabled. Consumers who are connected to the internet will be ushered right along with the latest Windows Updates unless there is an issue preventing an eventual update. Microsoft would rather ALL customers (consumer and business) stay on the same branch but if they would have taken that approach with Windows 10, corporations would have simply stayed on Window 7 until the end of time and Microsoft would have gotten so much bad press that they may not have recovered for decades.
  • my pc has not been updated yet. I click the check for updates button every day. dell laptop in Greece
  • Same here in India:(
  • Stuck on 1511 right now.  1607 won't instll on my machine.  Hopefully there is something in this update that will allow the 1607 update to install without having to do a clean install.
  • You can update without losing any data.
  • What error code do you get when updating?
  • Thank god I've not install AU yet...
    But I'm waiting for a healthy CU which won't affect any of my apps and inbuilt apps.
  • What apps do you have?
  • My update installed and my computer is now rebooting.  I have been on the black screen with the same spinning wheel for over 20-30 minutes.  How long should this take?
  • It should take no longer than a minute. If you get that so long, try to restart to see if this persists.
  • Thank you.
  • USB device can mess it up, just unplug them and it should run
  • Still no idea why my tablet and 2 of my laptops are not getting the anniversary update while my main pc got it on day 1? I know i could force the install by using the installer for the laptops but this doesn't work for my tablet. I don't have the 16gb of free space
  • Then you should wait. MS is rolling the update at the slow pace, with Surface and Xbox are getting their priority first. Then, they begin rolling out to OEMs, and then the others.
  • Never think of the OEM restriction. This would explain why my custom ring got the update and not the other ones. Thanks for the tip.
  • It is being released to different computers at different times. If they made it available to all computers at the same time, then download speeds would slow to a crawl. If that would happen, then people would be complaining that it would be downloading too slowly. There was an article here last week that told you how to force it to download. if you need it now, use that story to get it today.  
  • My T100 cannot install AU even with MediaCreationTool, stuck at 23% on the circles when reboot.
    Not enough storage on it, I've 7,5 GB free.
  • Can you add a memory card? I ended up doing that for a couple tablets to move them from Win8.1 to Win10.
  • I'm getting a 1607. I have no idea what the hell this is. KB3176929.
  • More MS rubbish thrown out regardless. It's looking more and more likely that this whole adventure is going to come back and bite them in the ass. Up-take of 10 had slowed way down, they'll never make their target of 1 billion, less so now that the free trial has ended. Our local pc world has put the brakes on with pc and laptop repairs due to these downloads, they're completely drowned in work that they simply can't cope with it for now. My advice is stop all updates, if you can,roll back to 7 and stay there for another year or so. By that time 10 will be free or very heavily discounted and maybe just maybe might be sorted.
    All our machines have been rolled back to 7, and when you start them up they simply......work, all the time,every time and with speed!
  • Why do u speak for others? Are u an apple?
  • KB3176495 for Windows 10 1607 installing here.
  • Just finished update. Restarting as I type on my 950.
  • No update for my dual sim 950 in Jamaica as yet
  • How long is Microsoft going to support older releases? Seems like this can get pretty messy for them if there are too many actively supported releases. 
  • Maybe it's last th2 update
    https://buildfeed.net/build/c28d81a6-6387-4061-a4e6-dede87efdaf2/
  • Nice
  • Who is still using version 1507?
  • Why would anyone still want to be running 1507?