Windows 10
Windows 10 updates are cumulative and contain fixes for previous releases Reuters/Russell Boyce

Microsoft has released a new version of a cumulative update for Windows 10 that comes with support number KB3081455. The software powerhouse did not provide a detailed changelog, but the support page says this release is aimed at improving the overall functionalities of Windows 10, besides resolving the vulnerabilities in Windows, as explained in seven Microsoft security bulletins.

A few noteworthy resolutions are the patches for vulnerabilities in Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Office, Microsoft Lync and Microsoft .NET Framework. Like always this update is available for you through Windows Update and would be automatically downloaded and installed. Alternatively, head over to Microsoft Update catalog site to get the stand-alone package for this build.

Windows 10 nears 100 million downloads

While sharing some fun facts about Windows 10 on 26 August, Yusuf Mehdi, Microsoft's vice president of marketing for Windows and Devices, said the new operating system was running on more than 75 million units, out of which 1.5 million were Enterprise. In a few days after which, the OS is believed to have been downloaded on more than 81 million computers.

Neowin, quoting unnamed sources, claims the estimate is on the lower side, and the real number might be close to 100 million.