Windows Insider members who have Windows 10 build 10240 installed on their PC can check for a new patch that's meant to be a small hotfix for some currently unnamed issues in the operating system.
The patch was announced by Windows Insider leader Gabriel Aul via Twitter, who simply wrote, "Another hotfix rollup (KB3074674) now available for #WindowsInsiders running build 10240 on Windows Update." Earlier this week, Microsoft released a security update for Windows 10, and indeed all currently supported version of the OS. It also included a patch for "non–security-related changes to enhance the functionality of Windows 10 through new features and improvements."
This latest patch comes just eight days before Windows 10 begins its public rollout on July 29
Source: Gabriel Aul (Twitter)
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