Today, a set of cumulative updates for supported Windows 10 is released. This Patch Tuesday brings improvements and fixes related to Internet Explorer, Edge, user name and password verification, and file storage.
Microsoft is releasing a set of security updates to ship the Internet Explorer scripting engine security vulnerability (CVE-2019-1367) mitigation and correct a recent printing issue some users have experienced. Here are the updates.
KB4517211 (OS Build 18362.387)
Microsoft is releasing a new cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1903. As you may remember, the latest patch Tuesday didn't include a patch for this OS, so Microsoft has finally made it available. Here is the change log.
Microsoft is releasing cumulative updates for almost all supported Windows 10 versions. Here are the changes included in the set of patches released on September 24.
Microsoft is releasing a set of cumulative updates for supported Windows 10 versions. The patches are available for Windows 10 versions 1903, 1809, 1803, 1709, 1703, 1607, and for the initial release of Windows 10 (build 10240). Here are the key changes.
Microsoft is releasing the second cumulative update this month for Windows 10 version 1903. KB4512941 raises the OS build number to 18362.329, and comes with a list of fixes. In addition, it requires a new servicing stack update (SSU), which is also released via the patch KB4515530.
Microsoft is testing a couple of new cumulative updates in the Release Preview rings. 19H1 Build 18362.329 and 19H2 Build 18363.329 are out to Windows Insiders.
Microsoft releases yet another set of updates for Windows 10. This time Windows 10, version 1809, 1709, 1703, 1607, and the initially released build 10240 are getting a new patches. Here are their change logs.
Microsoft is releasing a set of cumulative updates for supported Windows 10 version. Here are the fixes included to the patches.
Microsoft is releasing a set of cumulative updates for supported Windows 10 versions. The updates do not add new features to the OS, instead they fix various security and reliability issues and add improvements to existing features.