Cumulative update KB3176932 rolls out to Windows 10 version 1607

Microsoft rolls out KB3176932 (aka KB3176934) for Windows 10 version 1607 (build 14393.82) with a bunch of new improvements. Here's what's new.

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Microsoft recently released Windows 10 build 14393.82 for PCs and Mobile devices enrolled in the Windows Insider Preview program. The update was described as a cumulative update KB3176932. Then the software giant released the same update again but as update KB3176934, which included an additional (minor) fix to optimize the download size of the update.

However, up until now, we didn’t know the changes and improvements Microsoft was including with the update. Today, the company has published the changelog for KB3176932 (also known as KB3176934), which brings the operating system version to Windows 10 build 14393.82.

What’s new on Windows 10 build 14393.82

  • Fixed issue that prevents external media from playing on Xbox One using the Cast to Device menu.
  • Improved performance for Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) with many nodes or disks, scrolling lists on Xbox, DHCP address acquisition, Active Directory queries, and the Cluster Health service.
  • Fixed issue with the 3G/4G options not shown correctly in Windows 10 Mobile settings. 
  • Fixed issue that causes the Mouse events to be not recognized sometimes; slows the rendering and resizing of nested tables in Internet Explorer; and UI layout to be updated incorrectly in Internet Explorer.
  • Improved reliability of Network Controller, DNS server, gateways, Storage Spaces Direct, Group Managed Service Accounts, remote procedure calls (RPC), PowerShell, Internet Explorer, printer pairing and interoperability, Windows kernel, Media Core, Store, Connected Standby, Cluster Health service, Hypervisor debugger and platform, and Active Directory.
  • Fixed additional issues with MDM enrollment for an Azure Active Directory tenant, software compatibility, poor rendering of Yu Gothic font family, Cortana, slow connections to cluster shares, Xbox One cannot launch the Netflix app using the DIAL protocol, Xbox sound volume and music playback, all video stops while audio plays in a Movies & TV app, incorrect scaling of Internet Explorer’s first-run dialog, driver setup, Windows Update for Business, apps failing to install after resetting device, boot failure with Hyper-V and BitLocker enabled, Cache Manager, Cluster Health service, cannot alter roles and features on a locked down machine, disk-to-enclosure mappings not working, PowerShell, missing lock screen image, fitness tracker not recognized as a mass storage device, synchronization not working between Intune and Azure Active Directory (AAD), failed Wi-Fi Skype calls, poor streaming playback using progressive download, failed cancellation of Store download, extensions for Microsoft Edge, incorrect Lock screen UI after resuming from hibernate and sleep and blocked installation of Store game bundles.

It’s worth pointing out that if your computer received KB3176932, you will not get the KB3176934, as you already have installed build 14393.82 update.

Windows 10 build 14393.82 (KB3176932) for PC and Mobile is available immediately for those in the Insider program. The new update will download and install automatically, but you can always force the update from Settings > Update & security > Windows Update and clicking the Check for updates button.

Update, August 23, 2016: Microsoft is now rolling out KB3176932 as KB3176934 for everyone running the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. The company says that the update includes quality improvements, and you won’t see any features.

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