Windows 10 Insider Preview receives update KB3103470 on October 16th

Microsoft rolls out update KB3103470 for the latest preview of Windows 10.

KB3103470 download Windows 10

It’s been a busy week for Insiders as Microsoft released Windows 10 build 10565 in three different ways. It first rolled out the new build through the Fast ring of updates, then the ISO files were made available so users can try the new activation process, and then the company recently released the pre-release version of the operating system to the Slow ring.

Now, the company is pushing a new update described as KB3103470, which is an another update for the Windows 10 Insider Preview, and it appears not to be a cumulative update.

According the software giant, the update includes improvements and enhancements for Windows 10, but I can only assume that the update brings all installations of Windows 10 build 10565 to the same code level Insiders will find when they install the preview from the Slow ring.

KB3103470 is available immediately via Windows Update, it will install automatically, but you can always go to Settings > Update & security > Windows Update, and click the Check update button. I have already installed the update and it doesn’t require to restart your computer.

Source Microsoft via Windows Central

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