Microsoft is releasing a cumulative update for all Windows 10 machines, which means all previous updates are included in it, Hoping to fix all the store issues it has been having.
Since the launch of Windows 10 on July 29, the newest operating system from Microsoft has been installed on almost 50 million devices. With this rollout, certain features have been working better than others and as the updates come out the issues list gets smaller and less profound.
The newest update from Microsoft for its flagship operating system is cumulative. According to a Microsoft spokesperson, the update is designed to include all of the previous information included in all of the other updates.
This means that if you haven’t updated your computer since installing Windows 10, this update will include all the newest fixes, which address issues with their store feature included on every Windows 10 machine, in addition to all the other fixes that they have released since launch.
According to Mary Jo Foley, “But a Microsoft spokesperson did let me know that the new update is designed to fix the Windows 10 Store issues which had been affecting a number of us Windows 10 users for the past week. A number of us were unable to access the Store, obtain app updates and/or download new apps. In some cases, Windows Store apps like Mail and Calendar were also not working.”
This is great news for people looking to find new apps and updates for their existing software that have trouble currently.
While Microsoft hasn’t released a list of notes accompanying what else the updates have addressed and fixed, as well as what the store issues were caused by, the update hopes to relieve a big headache for users.