Posts Tagged ‘Anniversary Update’

Windows 10 KB4015438 Fixes Crashes and Hangs

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Apparently, last week’s security updates caused a couple of new problems which have now (hopefull,) been fixed.

The new cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1607 (Anniversary Update) KB4015438 patches two issues introduced by last week’s Patch Day. This raises the version of the Anniversary Update version of Windows 10 to 14393.969. The KB4015438 update seems to fix two issues introduced last week that affected some users of the operating system after devices were updated with last week’s security updates.


Find Out if Your Computer Supports TPM

Monday, May 16th, 2016

The Windows 10 Anniversary Update will mark a change in hardware requirements for new Windows computers …

Microsoft announced recently that all new devices that ship with Windows 10, (once the operating system’s Anniversary Update comes out,) need to support the Trusted Platform Module 2.0 (TPM) and have it enabled by default. While this won’t affect existing devices or devices that you build yourself, the majority of devices that OEMs produce, including all client PCs and Windows mobile devices, need to ship with TPM 2.0 enabled.


Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Friday, April 1st, 2016

It’s kind of hard to believe this, but Windows 10 is already approaching it’s one year birthday. Time flies.

Windows 10 Anniversary Update is the official name of a big update for Microsoft’s newest operating system that the company will make available in Summer 2016. Formerly known as Redstone, it is a massive update that will introduce new features and changes to the operating system. The Anniversary Update is a free update for all devices running Windows 10 according to Microsoft. This includes non-PC devices such as the company’s Xbox One console.