Today, Microsoft has released three new updates for Windows 10 — KB3197954 Cumulative Update, KB3201860 (Flash Player security Update) and KB3199986 (Servicing Stack Update- yet another one after KB3199209) — and are available to download via Windows Update.
Knowing the issues happening with downloading/installing Cumulative Updates, the software giant seems to have played this time safe by testing cumulative update KB3197954 on insider systems in the release and slow ring users a week back.
KB3197954 Cumulative Update for Windows 10
The cumulative update released on October 27,2016 for Windows 10 version 1607 includes quality improvements. You can find the complete list of changes on Windows Update history page here. This CU has updated the Windows 10 build number to 14393.351. If you’ve issues in installing the Cumulative update or Service Stack update, we’re publishing the download links for them below.
KB3197954 x64 | 828 MB
KB3197954 x86 | 444 MB
Servicing stack update KB3199986
KB3199986 x64 | 11.2 MB
KB3199986 x86 | 5.1 MB
You can also download these by visiting Microsoft Update Catalog site, which now works in any browser.