Where is KB3176932?

This was pushed to my Windows 10 image YESTERDAY from Microsoft Update but the content is still not visible to describe the changes/fixes, etc.  I'm on Release Preview which historically updates and KB were on the below public link.
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/12387/windows-10-update-history

Log Name:      System
Source:        Microsoft-Windows-WindowsUpdateClient
Date:          8/16/2016 4:34:18 PM
Event ID:      44
Task Category: Windows Update Agent
Level:         Information
Keywords:      Started,Download
User:          SYSTEM
Computer:      xxxxxx
Description:
Windows Update started downloading an update.
  <EventData>
    <Data Name="updateTitle">Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3176932)</Data>
    <Data Name="updateGuid">{B77DC257-753A-4C59-B56C-A5FA03C3582A}</Data>
    <Data Name="updateRevisionNumber">203</Data>
  </EventData>

 

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Last updated June 5, 2018 Views 1,494 Applies to:

Hi Michael,

As I can see that the last review was on August 9, 2016 therefore, I suggest you to wait for a few days and then check if the information gets updated on the link.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/12387/windows-10-update-history

Regards,

Jesinta Rozario

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I'm curious as to what kb3176932 fixes or changes too. On the surface of things, no changes in function or performance have been noticed. But I guess the good news is, it hasn't made anything worse either. what ever it does, it must be something deep, deep, within the OS. maybe kernel level or something.

MS used to good at keeping us up to date with what the updates we were getting did, but since win10 came out along with the change of the business model to "Windows as a service" the update details have been sorely lacking. even when they do publish details, I find that there is often not enough details available, and I end up having to go google the updates to find out what Is updated or fixed or changed. the addition of the win10 update history page has been helpful since win10 first came out, I just wish there was a version that wasn't dumbed down for general consumption. some people like the nitty-gritty details of what a update does.

I also hate that in 14393, we can not see the details of an update until it's already installed. Even if I am forced to install the update, I enjoy being able to see what I'm getting installed onto my machine.

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Well, I think there should be an article BEFORE the patch is made!

I immediately check updates upon seeing them and this is sorely lacking in Win 10!

Please bring back transparency, it helps people when they know what they are doing and not some lemming.  

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I always like looking at what was contained in an update too. even when there were cases that I didn't understand what being patched (like in a security updates), I prefer to have at least a general idea of what i'm getting into. that way if (god forbid) if anything does go wrong, I have at least some idea if the update may or may not have been responsible.

I mean, it's not like a windows update has never ever gone horribly sideways with the cause being the update not user error.

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According to some blog, KB3176932  update fixed Miracast issues. (That explains why I can no longer connect to a miracast device). When can we expect this update to be aired?

Quote from the blog: "Update KB3176932 improves the Miracast capabilities in Windows 10 Anniversary Update."

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Stay Tuned.   Apparently this update has issues if I'm reading this correct.  I suspect this will be addressed around August 30th.

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/powershell/2016/08/23/powershell-dsc-broken-in-kb3176932/


Note, that today's release, the update has KB3176934 instead of KB3176932

http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/Search.aspx?q=3176934

I ran Windows Update today and KB3176936 was pushed.   KB article still doesn't exist for 3176392 but 3176936 was released today. 

Servicing stack update for Windows 10 Version 1607: August 23, 2016

Cumulative update for Windows 10 Version 1607: August 23, 2016 



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