KB3199209 Another update that no one knows what it contains


Microsoft released a new update for its Windows 10 operating system. What do we know about this? Only its code name: KB3199209. So if you run Windows 10 and have Anniversary Update installed, you can see the new update with a check for updates.

The full title of the update is: "Servicing stack update for Windows 10 Version 1607: October 18, 2016" or update for Windows 10 version 1607.patch KB3199209

The installation is not a problem, and does not require a restart, but it does not give any information about what it contains.

It only mentions:
This update makes stability improvements for the Windows 10 Version 1607 service stack.

It is Microsoft's new practice that has been recently used to release updates on its operating systems before publishing support articles.

Of course this is not a problem for users who install any update that is released by the company, but it is particularly problematic for users and managers who want to know what they put on their computers.

Of course you can install it hoping for the best, (all programs and all the features are running on a computer) but the practice is completely wrong and completely amateur.

What are the changes brought by the KB3199209 update? No one knows and will stay until the company publishes more information on the support page.

Some have noticed that Windows Defender's real-time protection is automatically enabled after installing the update, and even running other protection software on the system.

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