Windows 10 build 14393.82 has now been made available beyond the Release Preview ring, and the KB3176934 and KB3176936 combination will hopefully fix a few of the niggly bugs that have affected users since the main Anniversary Update launch.
There are no specific new features in 14393.82, but it contains a number of fixes and improvements.
These include improvements to Windows 10's Network Controller, DNS server, gateways, Storages Spaces Direct (the Server 2016 feature that pools server storage for scalable software-defined solutions), PowerShell, Windows Store, Active Directory and the Windows kernel itself.
Internet Explorer 11 also receives an update, including a fix to do with 'mouse events' not working correctly and a UI glitch.
We're not seeing a lot of love for Edge, despite the browser's continuation of some of the problems seen since Windows 10's launch, although there is a small fix involving Edge's new extensions.
Less core fixes are for Xbox One media casting via cast to device, and a problem with nodes being disconnected from the Windows Cluster service "intermittently".
Cortana is mentioned as being fixed, as is an incorrect lock screen UI after resuming from hibernate or sleep.
Beyond these desktop fixes, Windows 10 Mobile is a large focus, although we still wonder why Microsoft bothers with such a low audience share in mobile these days.
Anyway, changes include a fix for 3G and 4G options "not appearing correctly in Windows 10 Mobile settings". Quite a major problem, we'd imagine.
Mobile device management enrolment in Azure Active Directory has also been a problem for some, as well as streaming to Xbox One's Netflix app from (we'd imagine) a phone.
It all seems quite fair and reasonable, but we'd still be interested to see a fix for Windows 10 Anniversary to allow it simply to install, as there still seem to be a wide number of systems, particularly those with SSDs, rendered completely unusable after applying the update.
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