KB4537765 – Windows 10 1703 reaches the End of Service for all Editions

Windows 10 version 1703 reaches the end of services for all Editions after receiving the security cumulative update – KB4537765. Microsoft suggests its users upgrade their existing OS to the latest version so as to continue getting the security and quality patches. This Tuesday patch updates the Windows 10 1703 to Build 15063.2284. 

KB4537765 includes quality fixes and improvements for Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Office Products, and others. In addition to this, the company also enhances security while using external devices like – Printers, web cameras, game controllers, etc. Moreover, it updates storing and managing files as well. To get the latest patch list, visit Windows 10 cumulative Catalog

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Fixes and Improvements on KB4537765 

The key changes on this cumulative update are as follows –

  • KB4537765 resolves the appvstr.sys memory leak issue while enabling the Shared Content Store mode. 
  • Since this is a security patch, it updates the following components and services –
Internet Explorer, Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows Input and Composition, 
Windows Media, Windows Shell, Microsoft Edge, the Microsoft Scripting Engine, 
Windows Fundamentals, Windows Management, Windows Cryptography, Windows Hyper-V, 
Windows Core Networking, Windows Peripherals, Windows Network Security and Containers, 
Windows Storage and Filesystems, and Windows Server. 

KB4537765 – Known Issues

As of now, the company isn’t aware of any known bugs on this operating system. 

How to download and apply this update

At first, download and apply the latest servicing stack i.e. KB4523201 on your PC so as to make the upgrade process smooth and effective. There are currently three different ways to update your Windows 10 v 1703 to the latest cumulative update. These are –

  1. Windows Update – You will receive a notification regarding KB4537765 on your PC. If prompted, download and apply the same.
  2. Update Catalog – Download the Standalone package and install it on your computer. 
  3. Windows Server Update Services – Just configure Product as “Windows 10” and Classification to “Security Updates”, and your system will auto-sync with the WSUS. 

Release Note

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