Small cumulative update headed to Windows 10 Anniversary Update PCs

Just a day after a new cumulative update started rolling out to Windows 10 Creators Update PCs, Microsoft is rolling another out to anyone still running the Anniversary Update (version 1607). This cumulative update packs a single fix and ticks the build number up to version 14393.1230.

Here's a look at what's new (opens in new tab) in KB4023680:

  • Addressed issue where End User Defined Characters (EUDC) may not be visible in some applications.

Sure, it's not the most exciting update in the world, but it's something. If you're still running the Anniversary Update on your PC, you should be able to grab this latest cumulative update via Windows Update now.

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  • Hmm... I wonder what vulnerability this opens up for computers, that makes Microsoft issue this outside their patch Tuesday schedule.
  • I think this will be pushed on patch Tuesday
  • got (kb3150513) but still 15063.1198 :)
  • Just updated the Lenovo Ideapad miix 700 and lost the ability to connect to a Bluetooth keyboard! The original keyboard is impossible to do anything with it. Next stop, remove the updates.
  • Got an Acer Aspire Laptop, still no Creators Update. 😔
  • Ugly, TH1 Start Menu. RS2 menu is awesome
  • this build is only for a few PCs...
  • I hope a mobile update comes soon. My 950 has been atrocious since creators update. I'm about ready to toss it. It was working so well beforehand.
  • Still no creators update for me too