Approximatly 12 hours back, last night, Microosft had released the first Zero Day Pach for Windows 10. The patch brought a few fixes and performance improvements which will then be rolled out to consumers on August 2nd together with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Now it seems like the company is internally testing the next Zero Day Pacth already which will be included in the bundle as well.
According to Buildfeed there is another cumulative update in the works. Zero Day Patches are fixes which are rolled out together with the Anniversary Update in order to fix a few last bugs on the release day in build 14393.
As you can see on the embed screenshot above, this cumulative update has been created on the 21st of July and like the patch before, it comes from the inmarket channel. This is an internal channel for new builds at Microsoft which allows the company to fix a few last fixes which have been submitted through the Feedback Hub.
What do our readers think, are there still any serious bugs in the latest version of Windows 10 for Widnows Insiders which should be fixed before a roll out or are you happy with it for now? Feel free to drop us a comment below with your thoughts on this topic and stay tuned for more Microsoft related news in the future.
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