Microsoft Rolls Out Another Set of Windows 10 Updates

Microsoft today was busy releasing updates and new builds for Windows 10. Three updates released improve upgrading and enhance functionality.

Microsoft today was busy releasing updates and new builds for Windows 10. We already told you how the company released Windows 10 Preview build 10532. And if you’re not a Windows Insider, you should be seeing three updates coming your way.

Unfortunately, we don’t know much about what the updates contain other than improving upgrade experiences and enhancements for functionality.

The company released the following updates:

  • KB3081448: This update includes improvements to enhance the functionality of Windows 10.
  • KB3081449: This update improves the Windows 10 out-of-box experience (OOBE). This update applies only to the Windows 10 OOBE process and will be available only at the time that OOBE updates are installed.
  • KB3081452: This update makes improvements to ease the upgrade experience to Windows 10.

Microsoft is treating Windows 10 as a Service (WaaS), and gone are the days when we’d only see a “Patch Tuesday” and the occasional out-of-band emergency updates. We should start seeing updates regularly whenever the company is ready to release them.

You will get these updates delivered to your system and installed automatically – Remember, you can schedule when your system restarts after receiving updates. If you don’t see the updates yet and want to get on top of them, go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and grab them.


I’ve received several emails about people having issues with their NVIDIA GeForce GPUs in Windows 10. So it’s also worth noting that NVIDIA released a GeForce Hotfix Driver 355.80 today.

According to NVIDIA, this hotfix addresses “Excessive virtual memory consumption for SLI configurations running Windows 10.” It has released different versions for 32 & 64-bit versions for both desktops and laptops, and you can find the latest downloads here.

I downloaded all of these updates, and everything seems to be working just fine for me. Leave a comment below if you’re experiencing different results.



  1. Ziggy

    August 28, 2015 at 6:09 am

    Just received the three updates on my laptop and desktop. Thus far no issues, fingers crossed!

  2. Farrokh

    August 29, 2015 at 8:04 am

    Thanks Usually I am not a newsletter reader. But after upgrading to windows 10 I find it a must to read all your posts. Today you gave me the NVidia hotfix update link. Thank you friends and good luck.

  3. Rob Fowler

    September 3, 2015 at 4:11 pm

    KB3081448 caused terrible problems for my Lenovo ThinkPad E545. Virtually all web pages became unresponsive within the first 30 seconds of use. True of both Chrome and Edge. Chrome reported a problem with “Shockwave Flash” plugin even on pages that had no Flash content.

    Uninstalling the update and restarting when prompted eliminated the problem. Does that seem like a graphics driver issue?

    • Rob Fowler

      September 3, 2015 at 5:02 pm

      After updating the ACHI and Graphics drivers with the latest from Lenovo, I was able to reinstall the cumulative update and everything is working correctly.

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