Windows 10 Updates KB4016635, KB4016637, KB4016446

[German]Microsoft has released a cumulative Update KB4016635 for Windows 10 Anniversary Update at March 22, 2017. And there are a cumulative Update KB4016637 for Windows 10 RTM and Update KB4016446 for den Internet Explorer 11.


On my test machines (VMs and real hardware) I haven't received Update KB4016635 till yet. Some of my German blog readers informed me about those updates.

Update KB4016635 for Windows 10 V1607 and Windows Server 2016

Cumulative Update KB4016635 for Windows 10 Anniversary Update und Windows Server 2016 is listed within Update History for Windows 10. Microsoft says it contains 'quality improvements' and the update changes the build to 14393.970. But Microsoft fixed to major bugs.

  • Addressed a known issue with KB4013429 that caused form display issues with CRM 2011 on Internet Explorer 11. 
  • Addressed the issue with KB4013429 that prevents users from updating apps from Windows Store with 0x80070216 error.

Some readers told me, that the package has been offered via Windows Update. The package is also available as a download at Microsoft Update Catalog. Packet size is 570 MB for 32 Bit and 1.062 MB for 64 Bit. This update replaces update KB4015438.

Update KB4016637 for Windows 10 (RTM)

Cumulative Update KB4016637 for Windows 10 (RTM) has been documented in Update History and contains quality improvements (according to Microsoft). It changes build number to 10240.17320. This update fixes the CRM 2011 bug in forms mentioned above. This update replaces update KB4012606 – for Windows 10 V1511 I haven't found an update till yet.

Update KB4016446 for IE 11 / CRM 2011

Update KB4016446 fixes the CRM 2011 bug in forms mentioned above and is named as 'Forms in Dynamics CRM 2011 are broken after KB 4013073 for Internet Explorer 11 is installed'.


Old update KB4013073 was a cumulative security update for Internet Explorer 11, that has been issues at March 14, 2017 for Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1), Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1.

Currently the 'life time' for Windows 10 updates are trending to days – which indicates, that something is going terrible wrong at Microsoft. Either the quality control for updates are non existent – or the Windows as a service and complexity of the Windows 10 eco system is to high to be handled from Microsoft in a serious way. This isn't a good sign for Windows 10 – imho.

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