Microsoft Releases New Patch for Windows 10 Build 10240 RTM

Microsoft Releases New Patch for Windows 10 Build 10240 RTM

Windows 10 build 10240 is believed to be the RTM version of the new operating system, so Microsoft is hard at work to fix every single bug that it discovers in it before the July 29 launch, which means that new patches and bug fixes arrive regularly for those already running it.

Today, the company has pushed another bug fix, but it hasn’t provided any information regarding the things that it tries to fix or patch.

KB3074674 is, however, now being shipped to computers running Windows 10 build 10240, and given the fact that Gabriel Aul, head of the Windows Insider program, says that this is a “hotfix rollup,” it most likely brings several fixes for the problems that the company has discovered in the last few days.

Right now, there’s no bulletin page for this release, but we’ve reached out to the company to ask for more information and will update the article, should we receive an answer. In the meantime, all Windows 10 users are highly recommended to install it because it contains fixes that could improve the overall experience with the operating system.
More updates on their way

Yesterday, the company shipped a large pack of improvements to Windows 10 apps, so it’s pretty clear that Microsoft is now hard at work to give the final touches to the operating system before its grand debut.

More updates are very likely to be released in the coming days, as Microsoft itself confirmed that, before the launch of Windows 10, computers running the latest build should receive several other improvements that will be delivered either via Windows Update or through the store.

This means that, on day 1, new devices coming with Windows 10 pre-installed might have plenty of updates to install, given the fact that all these patches were released after RTM (the date when OEMs got Windows 10 to pre-install it on their devices).

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