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    Windows 10 laptop is now Build 17763.316

    I used the MCT to build an installation flash drive a couple of days ago. This morning I used it to update a laptop (running 1803) to version 1809 at about 2:00 AM Central time. WINVER revealed that the build is now 17763.316 which was a surprise because I had not seen this build mentioned.
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    The Media Creation Tool is updated frequently to incorporate the latest Quality Updates. That may be the source of the difference in build number; I'm just speculating here.
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    Interesting... There's no mention of 17763.316 at all on changewindows.org and the only mentions I can find via Google are non-English (primarily German).

    The latest named build/release on the Microsoft Support site appears to be 17763.292.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Corbett View Post
    Interesting... There's no mention of 17763.316 at all on changewindows.org and the only mentions I can find via Google are non-English (primarily German).

    The latest named build/release on the Microsoft Support site appears to be 17763.292.
    On the laptop I mentioned it is KB4487044 and designated as "Package_for_RollupFix".
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    Quote Originally Posted by RockE View Post
    On the laptop I mentioned it is KB4487044 and designated as "Package_for_RollupFix".
    I've found it now. Looks like it was released in German first and is being released more widely in English today. The article here says the release notes haven't yet been released so I assume this is why the usual MS channels are lagging behind.

    EDIT: It looks like the usual channels for release info have been updated now. I've updated My Winver.

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    I just looked at Settings\Update & Security and found that this Win10 system downloaded KB4487044 this morning:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coochin View Post
    I just looked at Settings\Update & Security and found that this Win10 system downloaded KB4487044 this morning
    Thanks, Coochin. As I indicated earlier I received KB4487044 early Monday morning (here in western Kentucky). One thing I found surprising about the aftermath is that the only KB's listed in "View update history" are KB4480056, KB4481031 and KB4487044. There is no mention of "Feature Updates" at all. Running WINVER does tell me that the 1803 laptop is now running 1809. Seems that that fact ought to appear in "View update history" but it doesn't. I don't recall encountering this situation before.
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    When you install a major update (1803, 1809), all previous update history gets wiped.

    KB4487044 is in the "Patch Tuesday" updates, and takes it to 316.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bundaburra View Post
    When you install a major update (1803, 1809), all previous update history gets wiped.

    KB4487044 is in the "Patch Tuesday" updates, and takes it to 316.
    I respectfully disagree. This screen capture, made a few minutes ago and shown below, means that what you said isn't always true. This shows the kind of result I had come to expect up until now.

    AfterKB4487044sm.jpg

    It seems that the update of (this particular computer's) Windows 10 version 1803 to version 1809 back in October clearly placed the Feature update category in Update history, whereas the laptop in question (after installing the latest cumulative update) did not. This is what puzzles me.
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    After this morning's updates my desktop is now on 17763.316

    KB4487044 (Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1809 x64)
    KB4487038 (Adobe Flash Player Security Update)
    KB4483452 (Cumulative Update for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.7.2 for Windows 10 Version 1809 x64)
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbearren View Post
    After this morning's updates my desktop is now on 17763.316

    KB4487044 (Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1809 x64)
    KB4487038 (Adobe Flash Player Security Update)
    KB4483452 (Cumulative Update for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.7.2 for Windows 10 Version 1809 x64)
    Thanks, Bruce. All of my own computers do, too. They all show the Feature Updates category, too.
    Although I guess I could restore an old version 1803 image and then update it to 1809 (just to see what happens) I don't think I won't bother. My client (the laptop's owner) won't be looking for it, and I probably won't mention it.
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    It has always been my experience that no updates are listed earlier than the date of the latest "feature update". At present I have the update to 1809 dated as 3rd October 2018, and my "quality updates" are listed back to November 2018 but no earlier (although there were plenty, prior to the 1809 install).

    RockE's screenshot does not show anything different. The date of the update to 1809 is shown as 3rd of October 2018, and all other updates listed are later than that.

    When you install a "feature update" it is effectively a new version of Windows 10, current up to the date when the update was made, and incorporating all the fixes etc. that were made for the previous version(s). Therefore those earlier fixes do not need to be shown again.
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    The screenshot is not from the laptop which prompted this thread.
    I didn't expect any updates or fixes previous to the update on the Monday morning when they occurred. I expected that there would be a category named Feature Updates and that it would show that the current version is 1809 (but there is no Feature Update shown). Apparently everyone thinks that is normal (although I don't recall seeing that in the past), so I'm satisfied.
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