The 10th April cumulative update i.e. KB4093109 is the final update for Windows 10 version 1511 Pro, Enterprise and Education editions. This new patch-up will upgrade the existing OS to build 10586.1540. Microsoft brings this update under obligation to additional servicing offers. This update came after a long span of 1 year, 13th march 2018 was its last delta update.
The company has announced that it won’t extend additional servicing features anymore for version 1511. Its always better to move to the latest Windows 10 version. If you are waiting for 1903 to appear only then you will write off Fall creator update, read this article in detail.
KB4093109 Key Changes- Windows 10 1511
There are no new operating system features introduced in this release, yet it contains some quality improvements. Let’s have a look at them in detail-
- They fix the additional issues with updated time zone information.
- They also resolve an error in which internet explorer sometimes doesn’t display any custom controls.
- Heck of security updates is now available for Microsoft Scripting Engine, Windows kernel, Windows Hyper-V, Edge browser, Windows datacenter, etc.
Note: In case, you have installed any earlier updates, only the new fixes that come with this release will be downloaded and installed on your device.
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Known Issues- KB4093109
|The cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1511 really came after a long period of time. It prevents the deployment of previously released feature updates using ConfigMgr (current branch) and Windows 10 servicing plans.||The company asks Windows 10 users to move to the latest version such as Fall creators Update i.e. version 1709.|
How to get this update
Users will get this upgrade automatically through the Windows Update section on their PC. In case, you don’t receive the same, navigate to Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update then hit check for updates option to manually download & install this latest cumulative update.
Get the standalone package.