Microsoft rolled out a new cumulative update for Windows 10 on Wednesday, September 30. The update is KB3093266 which includes improvements to enhance the functionality of the new OS.
Windows 10 Update KB3093266
This update is cumulative and will only install previous updates you don’t have as explained by Microsoft on its Support Page:
Windows 10 updates are cumulative. Therefore, this package contains all previously-released fixes (see KB 3081448). If you have installed previous updates, only the new fixes that are contained in this package will be downloaded and installed to your computer.
There is also an important note about this update. If you install a language pack after installing this update, you’ll need to reinstall the updates again. The company recommends that if you are planning on installing a language pack, that you do it now, before installing the update.
As always, this will automatically be downloaded and installed on your Windows 10 system. Or, if you want to get in on the update right now, you can manually grab it by heading to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update. It should also be noted that a restart is required to complete the update.
Remember, you can always schedule when that restart happens.
As is typical these days, Microsoft doesn’t have detailed info on what the update contains, other than “enhanced functionality”. Although, you can find which files are included in the update by downloading the CSV file. A direct link to the file provided on the support page.
I have installed it on my Dell XPS 8700 production box running Windows 10 Pro and haven’t had any issues yet. Of course, that doesn’t mean other systems out there won’t have something go awry.
Definitely leave a comment below if you have any issues with the update or notice any improvements to your system.