ProbablyNo. Is it necessary?
My setting for that is like this:Probably
KB2999226 is an update released on 10/12/2015, not shown in Windows Update and in Ms Catalog is only available for Vista and Server 2008, i can add it later with a note, as a Hotfix By Request (HBR).
About this update
The Windows 10 Universal CRT is a Windows operating system component that enables CRT functionality on the Windows operating system. This update allows Windows desktop applications that depend on the Windows 10 Universal CRT release to run on earlier Windows operating systems.
Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 creates a dependency on the Universal CRT when applications are built by using the Windows 10 Software Development Kit (SDK). You can install this update on earlier Windows operating systems to enable these applications to run correctly.
I don't care about this warning, if you read the KB info, that would be when you install the update, not when is integrated and, if you read all KBs, most of them have warnings (known issues) but are not included, read known issues in this KB info as an example (KB3125574 not included/necessary in the list but when is in the integration list, there is no warning that applies for integration/installation).KB3033929 is marked Red.
Warning (KB3033929): Can cause a reboot loop if Windows as the boot loader is not used. Make sure to change BIOS settings to enable the Windows boot loader directly when you install this update.
Yes and KB2999226 is allso needed for using Teamspeak. But this update allso work KB3118401 that are superseed the KB2999226.. But update after KB3118401 i think it was rollup ?Found that an Update is needed When using newest LibreOffice.
The list is meant to be used on an Windows 7 with Service Pack 1 but i already added the links to the post (not to the lists), for anyone who don't have the Windows 7 Service Pack 1 source.uhm just a quick question (I'm new to slipstreaming, sry)
what about sp1 (kb976932)?
is the list meant to be used on an sp1-w7 iso? or is it optional?
or rather, does the list include everything that is featured in sp1? (I guess this is the case since IE11 is listed too)