Groove Music: 10.16092.1022 for PC and Mobile


Applicable Rings: Fast Store update

Microsoft  released an app update for Groove Music on Windows and Xbox. The newness included in this update is described below. Try it out and then tell us what you think in the Feedback Hub and Xbox Preview Dashboard apps. We hope you like the changes!

What’s new:

· You can use your voice to navigate the app on Xbox One consoles.

· You can select items in the app with a single click now.

· Sign in will work more reliability because we changed the way we check your region.

· We did work to ensure the correct track title and album title are displayed in playlists you follow.

· The Navigation Pane in Groove Music on Xbox One console has been resized to fit better on average sized screens.

· You can give detailed feedback in the Groove Music app. This change makes it easier for us to triage incoming feedback!

.We updated the way we create version numbers so that it’s easier for us to tell when a version was produced just by looking at the version number – this one was built in the second half of September 2016 so 16092.

Windows 10 1607 Script fix to unblock update for Windows Insiders


KB3194496 Won’t install. Gets to 99% then message: “We couldn’t complete the updates. Undoing changes” appears. After first failure ran Windows Update Troubleshooter, which appeared to make several repairs; however, when trying again to install the update, receive the same failure message. Overall, have tried installation now 4 times without success.


This Script  will fix the install loop of cumulative update of KB3194496 (Cumulative Update 14393.222).



Cumulative update for Windows 10 Version 1607: October 6, 2016

This update will be downloaded and installed automatically.

To get the stand-alone package for this update, go to the Microsoft Update Catalog website.

Note You must be running Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or a later version.


There are no prerequisites to install this update.

Restart information

You must restart the computer after you install this update.

More here:

Windows 10 Insider Preview – Build 14931 ISO

Microsoft has released ISO builds for the following 5 versions:

  • Windows 10 Insider Preview – Build 14931
  • Windows 10 Insider Preview Enterprise – Build 14931
  • Windows 10 Insider Preview Education – Build 14931
  • Windows 10 Insider Preview Home Single Language – Build 14931
  • Windows 10 Insider Preview Home China – Build 14931

To download ISO you have to be a Windows Insider. You may either sign up or sign in for this.

Download ISO

How To Remove Remote Desktop History From Windows 10 Anniversary Update Version

Here are the simple steps to follow:

  1. In the Start Search box type in regedit and hit the Enter key
  2. Locate the following registry location:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Terminal Server Client\Default

Entries appear as MRUnumber, and are visible in the right pane. To delete an entry, right-click it, and then click Delete.

3.Close the Registry Editor and reboot.

How To Fix : Windows 10 Anniversary Update Freezes After Installation

To fix this problem, follow the following steps:

Option 1: If you have a second administrator account on the PC that you can sign into, please do so and install the latest Windows 10 update, released on August 31st, 2016.  After installing the update, reboot the PC and you should be able sign in successfully on your other account.

Option 2: Use the “go back” feature to uninstall the Anniversary Update.  Once removed, you can re-install using the Windows Update Assistant by going to the Windows 10 download page and clicking the Update Now button.
There are two methods to uninstall the Anniversary Update:

Method 1: Using the Recovery Console

1.      Restart your PC. When you get to the sign-in screen, hold the Shift key down while you select Power > Restart.
2.      After your PC restarts to the Choose an option screen, select Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > Go back to the previous build.  If you don’t see this option, try Method 2.

Method 2: Using the Settings app from Safe Mode

1.      Restart your PC. When you get to the sign-in screen, hold the Shift key down while you select Power > Restart.
2.      After your PC restarts to the Choose an option screen, select Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup Settings > Restart.
3.      After your PC restarts, you’ll see a list of options. Select 4 or F4 to start your PC in Safe Mode.
4.      Open the Settings app.
5.      Select Update & security and then the Recovery tab.
Under “Go back to an earlier build”, click the Get started button and follow the instructions.
Option 3: If you are uncomfortable with either of the earlier options or if the “go back” feature is not available to you, please contact support and one of our support agents can assist you in applying the resolution.

source: Microsoft Community