Microsoft is releasing updates for all supported Windows 10 versions. The patches are now available via Windows Update. Here's what has changed.
Microsoft today released a set of new patches for supported Windows 10 versions. Here is what to expect after installing them.
Microsoft has released today a set of optional patches for supported Windows 10., which follow the April Patch Tuesday updates issued last week. This is the optional monthly “C” release.
Microsoft today released a new patch for Windows 10, version 1909, and version 1903. KB4541335 raises the OS builds to 18363.752, and 18362.752, respectively, and includes a number of fixes.
Today's Patch Tuesday, so Microsoft releases a set of cumulative updates to Windows 10. There are a number of patches that improve reliability of the OS, and include general improvements.
In addition to the cumulative updates released on February 25, Microsoft today releases a new patch, KB4535996, that is applicable to Windows 10 version 1903, and version 1909.
Microsoft is releasing updates for a number of supported Windows 10 versions. They don't add new features to the OS, instead they improve its reliability and performance.
The recently released KB4532693 update appear to be buggy. KB4532693 targets Windows 10, version 1909 and Windows 10, version 1903, and includes security fixes and compatibility improvements. Users installed the update report that it prevents the OS from loading their user profile, making it harder to access their personal files.
Microsoft is releasing a set of patches for supported Windows 10 versions. Here are what's fixed and improved in these updates.