You may have gotten the KB4338548 Windows Update on your computer. This update bumps the version number of the operating system from Build 17134.81 to Windows 10 Build 17134.83.
So, what’s new in the Windows 10 Build 17134.83 Cumulative Update? As you may have guessed from the very slight change in the build number which indicates there are not many fixes, this is not a very important update, at least for most users. In fact the new update contains a single fix, which targets a very specific audience. The only thing that this Windows Update addresses, is an issue which is related to the Intuit QuickBooks Desktop application.What’s new in the [...]
Microsoft has released a new Windows Update called KB3124263 for Windows 10 PCs, on Patch Tuesday.
The update comprises of a few security bulletins.
There are four of them, to be precise: MS16-001, MS16-005, MS16-007 and MS16-008. Here is a brief description of those.
MS16-001 patches multiple security vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer. This includes a fix for one severe issue, which could have allowed remote code execution, when the user visited a malicious web page using the browser.
MS 16-005 is also similar to the above one, since it involves a fix for a bug which may have potentially allowed arbitrary attacks, but in Windows Kernel-Mode [...]
KB3132372 Windows Update won’t be forgotten by Windows 10 users, at least not in the near future.
This is because the patch, which was originally intended to fix security issues in Adobe Flash Player for Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer, instead saw itself become a thorn for many a user.
The update instead caused many apps to crash, especially, when they were used to access/play some sort of Flash based content. Microsoft did warn that the update could cause a few crashes, but did not detail on how much exactly was “a few”.
As it turned out, it was quite a few, read our previous report about it to know more. While the Redmond company and [...]
Back in November 2015, we reported that Microsoft had begun reminding users of Windows 7, that the default browser in the operating system, Internet Explorer (versions 7, 8, 9 and 10) is reaching its end of support soon.
The Redmond Company took the announcement, as an oppurtunity to promote Microsoft Edge.
Of course to use that, one would have to upgrade to Windows 10. Anyway, the end of support for older versions of IE, is nearing, really soon, and a Windows Update will be rolled out next week to which will remind users of the same.
And when I say ask, I meant nag (it’s Microsoft we’re talking about). Microsoft has announced that it will [...]