Patch Tuesday may still be a couple of weeks away, but Microsoft has just rolled out new updates for several versions of Windows 10, this side of the Fall Creators Update.
There’s nothing for those running the latest iteration of the operating system, but users that are on versions 1703, 1607, and 1511 have something look forward to as they install these latest refreshes that are now rolling out.
Those running the Creators Update will actually see KB4049370, or build 15063.675 that can actually also be manually downloaded here. It contains a fix for Surface Laptops. Users on version 1607 have access to KB4052231 that bumps things to build 14393.1797.
While those rocking version 1511 have KB4052232 in store for them, or build 10586.1177.
On the whole, there are only a couple of fixes total included in these new updates, the details of which you can find at the links above. They see minor increases to the build numbers of their respective operating systems, as noted.
Of course, you don’t have to visit the links above to grab these updates. They are just as easily available via Window Update on your Windows 10 device.
Just go to Settings and check for the updates yourself, and your PC will download the update that corresponds to the version of the operating system that you are on. No reports of these little refreshes causing any trouble, so deploy away.