New 1709 Cumulative Update - KB4093105


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I wonder if this is to prepare for a build update tomorrow or must another update. There was some talk about 17134 being delayed, again.

I suppose we will know tomorrow...

This thing has a long list of fixes....
 
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It looks to be the same as they (Microsoft) had released for Version 1703 and 1607 on April 17th,2018.

Well, at least it installed without problems, yet it tried to install two more times which failed.
 
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In the other thread, someone else is having the situation of it installing over and over.

I was wondering if you had the updates KB4093110 (Adobe Flash) and KB4093112) which was the last CU. It does look a little strange that this update has a lower number than the one we got two weeks ago.
 

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Just recieved and downloaded KB4093105 and it brought build to 1709 (Build 16299.402).
Peculiar auto restart after it downloaded which has never happened before.. no obvious issues noticed as of yet.
Perhaps it was this build number prior to the latest offering...it's difficult to keep up.
 
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I have already given up on worrying about the kb numbers. They simply do not make any sense anymore...
 
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Same here KB 4093105 and a slew of other updates; including MS security, drivers, Intel driver updates. I can understand the cumulative update, but all the others when MS have always indicated my PC was supposedly up to date. Why now?

April 24 18 MS Updates.PNG
 
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Sometimes the changes may not appear to be necessary but frequently one minor or maybe important change affects other things which also need changing, usually hard to track it all down.
 
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Bighorn Thanks! Makes sense, still a lot of updates. But all went well. :)
 
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I just realized what happened and why with all of the driver updates. On my original Windows 10 upgrade, I stopped MS from updating drivers. I don't remember exactly how, I believe Regedit had a post on here to disable driver updates. Last weekend, I performed a clean install, and re-partitioned my HD, those (block driver updates) settings that I modified would have reverted to default.
All makes sense now.
 

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