Microsoft has been rolling out cumulative updates like crazy. Another one, KB4016635, just released for Windows 10 Anniversary Update (Version 1607), is once again trying to fix bugs the last Patch Tuesday created.
KB4016635 is meant to fix to bugs created by KB4013429. That’s the original cumulative update released with the latest Patch Tuesday and known to cause a series of issues for users.
Users having issues with the update witnessed an Error 0x80070091, among others. As we wrote, System Restore wasn’t working for many users and turned out to be a widespread problem. It had been failing with a specific error identified as 0x80070091. The recovery process was not completing and users could restore their systems in any way. Microsoft acknowledged the problem and a workaround was later presented. The company has been working on fixing the updates, rolling out new cumulative updates to fix the old, problematic ones.
What Is KB4016635 for?
The update addresses an issue triggered by KB4013429 concerning CRM 2011 on Internet Explorer 11. According to Microsoft, the new cumulative update is offering a fix for the bug preventing users from updating applications from Windows Store. This issue was associated with another error identified as 0x80070216.
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.
In addition, the update should also bring some quality improvements. No new features are being introduced, as with all cumulative updates.