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Following up on last weeks cumulative release (15063.11); Microsoft released the second and third cumulative updates for its latest revision of Windows 10, called the Creators Update. The new updates iron out some last minute bugs for devices such as Printers and the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablet. The third cumulative update (15063.14), available only in the release preview channel, fixes an issue where non-suspendible processes would suspend after waking from sleep. Source: Windows Insider Hub Microsoft will give users early access to Windows 10 Creators Update starting on April 5th 2017. The official launch is actually on April 11th, but users interested in upgrading early will get the chance to do so. If you want to get it even earlier, follow our guide at the following link: Windows 10 Creators Update Version 1703 ISO Files Now Available for Download The new version includes a lot of new features and refinements such as Paint 3D; improved Microsoft Edge Web Browser; Night Light; improved Start menu and Cortana; better touchpad gestures; Dynamic Lock; Windows Defender Security Center; Hyper-V Quick Create and more personalization and color options. Windows 10 Creators Update also include a new Out of Box Experience, be sure to check that out: How to Setup and Configure a New Windows 10 PC
Two Ways to Ensure KB3194496 Installs Smoothly Since late September, users started reporting issues installing a cumulative update for Windows 10, KB3194496; which increments the Windows 10 Anniversary Update to build 14393.222. Microsoft has not provided an official fix for the problematic update yet, but the software firm is looking into the issue. In the meantime, several work arounds have appeared that seem to be resolving the issue for many. The culprit seems to be associated with the bundled XBOX app which according to the Update History page, KB3194496 includes a fix that addresses: Addressed issue causing movies that were ripped using the transport stream (.ts) format to play without sound in Windows Media Player and the Xbox One Media Player app. Addressed issue causing the Movies & TV app on the Xbox to stop working when attempting to play content that was just purchased from the Store. If you want to get the update to install, users will need to delete or disable XblGameSave. Here is how you do it. Navigate to C:\Windows > System32 > Tasks > Microsoft then delete the folder XblGameSave. Press Windows key + X, click Command Prompt (Admin), type: regedit then hit Enter. Navigate to the following registry key then delete it: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion\Schedule\TaskCache\Tree\Microsoft\XblGameSave Run Windows Update again then KB3194496 (Cumulative Update 14393.222) should install. Have you been experiencing problems with Microsoft's latest update for Windows 10? If so, let us know in the comments.