Windows 10 build 9926 gets KB3040021 and KB3038930 in preparation for the next build

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Microsoft is rolling out two new hotfixes, the KB3038930 and KB3040021, for Windows 10 Technical Preview build 9926 today to prepare the operating system for the next build.

Also the software maker is releasing a new update defined as KB3021952 to patch an Internet Explorer security vulnerability.

Gabriel Aul from Microsoft announced the new updates today and they should be available immediately. Keep checking on Update & recovery from the Settings app.

Although, the software maker did not specify when the next build of Windows 10 will arrive, we know it will be very soon as the company has promised a new build every month.

Source KB3038930, KB3040021, KB3021952

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