Microsoft has rolled out Windows 10 Cumulative update and it pushes OS build to 17134.254. Microsoft has provided direct download links and you can upgrade your OS manually.
Those hoping to see new features and security improvements would be disappointed as there are none. Windows 10 KB4346783 can be downloaded from Windows Update and the OS build will jump to 17134.254 once you install the patch. Your PC should be able to download and install the patch automatically but you can check for the updates manually from the settings menu.
The easier way to check it is to use the search feature on the Windows 10 Task Bar. Type “Windows Update” and you should be able to reach the settings.
Windows 10 OS Build 17134.254 – Direct link
The changes and improvements made with the new update are many. Microsoft has addressed issues with Microsoft Foundation Class. Flickering issues will no longer affect Microsoft Foundation Class.
Apps that use WPF had an issue where mouse and touch events were differently handled. The latest update also deals with apps with extensive windows nesting.
Moreover, client authentication will no longer fail in Microsoft Edge and other UWP apps. Microsoft has addressed an issue that caused Wi-Fi EAP-TTLS authentication to fail.
When Can You Expect the Next Windows 10 Update?
The latest cumulative update is part of the April 2018 Windows 10 update. The April update is getting better with each new patch. However, many wonder what’s next for Windows 10? Well, the next major update for Windows 10 is currently under development.
According to Microsoft, Windows 10 October 2018 update will be finalized by September 2018. Users should expect several new features with the Windows 10 October 2018 update.
What’s New in Windows 10 October Update?
Some of the features currently being tested in the Windows 10 Insider Program includes Clipboard history and sync, dark theme for file explorer, Swiftkey for Windows 10, “Your Phone” app for Android and iPhone, Search previews in Star Manu, new screenshot utility tool with annotations, Edge browser updates, easy HDR setup, and more.
While some of the features such as “Sets” that brought tabs to every app, and Alt+Tab that allows even Microsoft Edge tabs to show are delayed, most of the above-mentioned features are going to make it in October