Windows 10 Creators Update gets a second cumulative update for February
Build 15063.936 available for Windows 10 PCs on the Creators Update
If you, for some reason, are still among those 15 percent of the Windows 10 users running version older than the Fall Creators Update, you can go to the Settings → Windows Update and scan for a bug fixing update – second for this month.
Windows 10 version 1703 has been updated to build 15063.936 that fixes multiple bugs and issues across the OS, including a problem where Internet Explorer stops responding. Make sure you’ve read the full changelog for this update, because it also includes some known issues.
There is also an update for those on the Anniversary Update (version 1607) to build 14393.2097, again brining many bug fixes.
Users on the latest OS version, 1709 (Fall Creators Update), had an official cumulative patch two weeks ago. Build 16299.248 came with security updates for Edge, Windows Kernel, and other small fixes here and there.