Windows 10 receives cumulative update with set of fixes
Recently , Microsoft has released the most anticipated operating system, Windows 10. It also been rumored and arguably validated by most of the experts that the latest release of Windows 10 was essentially rushed. Journalists and experts have came up with number of speculations as to why the Redmond technology giant have shifted from its recent tradition of shifting its OS in the fall to mid summer. However, this overwhelming theory revolves around allaying PC OEMs during the Back to school season.
Most of the Windows 10 users complained about the issues regarding the semi-incomplete nature of Windows 10 currently. During the announcement of Windows 10, Microsoft has noted that OS would be a constant work in progress. Anyhow Microsoft is continuing this trend today with the Service Release 1 update.
Microsoft has released the cumulative update (KB3081424) for Windows 10 which brings in collection of fixes and under the hood improvements which will completely improve the performance of Windows 10. However, the main update is intended to address the multitude of post-release issues Windows users are running to.
This latest cumulative update is not the first update for the latest Windows Operating System. On the release day itself, Microsoft has released the similar update with over 1 GB of improvements for new users upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 8.1.