Microsoft has recently released a new cumulative update for Windows Insiders program. The good thing is that the update will be rolled in the Slow Ring which means more stability and less bugs. The update KB4034450 upgrades the build number from 15063.447 which was released last week to 15063.448.
The former update that is Build 15063.447 was not quite convincing. The firm published changelogs for updates to allversions of Windows 10; The new update has promised improvements. However, even after a week, many users still haven’t seen the promised updates.
The Slow ring build 15064.448 is bringing along with it only a single improvement. The improvements calls for fixing an issue that caused some laptops to boot with a black screen. The users who have been refrained from the promised updates, will get those those fixes and improvements.
Now the next focus should be on Patch Tuesday. Patch Tuesday means that the Redmond based tech giant is going to be releasing new cumulative updates for everyone anyway. The reason that updates are getting pushed to the Slow ring is because the firm is testing a new way of pushing them prior to the release of the Fall Creators Update.