Microsoft raised Windows 10 version to 10586.17 with KB3116908

One more cumulative update for Windows 10 has been released by Microsoft. Like the previous one, the new update also affects the version number of the operating system. Now it is 10586.17.

Windows 10 build 10586 17 There is no information available on what is actually fixed or changed in this update, as is the trend ever since Microsoft adopted their new update policy.

The update identifies itself as "KB3116908" and requires November Update/TH2 to be installed over Windows 10 RTM. It will come via Windows Update automatically as long as you have not disabled the forced automatic updates in Windows 10. kb3116908

Once installed, it will require a reboot. Let us know in the comments if you noticed any bug fixes or changes after installing this update.

Credits go to Neowin.

4 thoughts on “Microsoft raised Windows 10 version to 10586.17 with KB3116908

  1. Arthur B.

    Let me make sure I get this. It is both the case that:

    The post Microsoft raised Windows 10 version to 10586.17 with KB3116908 appeared first on Winaero.

    and at the same time:

    Credits go to Neowin.

    Makes a lot of sense…

    Reply
    1. Sergey Tkachenko Post author

      THIS post appeared first at Winaero.
      The source of the INFORMATION is Neowin.
      Everything is ok.

      Reply
  2. RZG

    Terrible, awful, build. It wiped-out my most used programs, like Word! It wiped out my drivers for monitors, etc. I am unable to go back to my previous O/S because it has been more than a month. My work is completely stopped dead until I can figure out what to do. Extremely disappointed with Microsoft, for the first time in my life I am entertaining the idea of going Mac.

    Reply
    1. Sergey Tkachenko Post author

      Windows 10 has some strange, impertinent behavior.
      I doubt that many users feel positive about such incidents.

      Reply

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