Yesterday's Patch Tuesday rollout upgraded Windows 10 to version 10586.494 but it also brought a big number of security fixes for all versions of Windows and Windows Server. Check them out here.
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Microsoft has listened to gamers' feedback on its Universal Windows Platform and as of today it will be unlocking frame rates for all Windows 10 UWP apps. The new feature is part of today's patches.
Invoking a new tab in Microsoft's classic browser running on Windows 8 and 7 will apparently trigger the message, ‘Microsoft recommends upgrading to Windows 10.' in yet another push to sway users.
Microsoft released important fixes and updates for Windows 10, but the company also addressed security flaws in older versions of its operating system. This included six issues, deemed 'Critical'.
It looks like Microsoft is gearing up to roll out an update for Windows 10 desktop and for Insiders using Windows 10 Mobile tomorrow, providing there aren't any show-stopping bugs that crop up.
The latest batch of security patches is now out from Microsoft and a number of them address critical vulnerabilities. As such we recommend you upgrade as soon as possible to keep your machine safe.
A website based out of China is claiming that Microsoft has now signed off on Threshold 2, the next update for Windows 10, ahead of general availability at this coming 'Patch Tuesday'
Microsoft rolled out cumulative updates for Windows 10 on last Tuesday but now it seems some users weren't able to install these successfully and were instead stuck with a looping uninstaller.
At Microsoft's conference in Chicago, Terry Myerson took to the stage and put Android's security in the spotlight while touting how company patches over 800 million consumer PCs once a month.
Though Patch Tuesday has already come and gone for this month, Microsoft will push an impressive number of patches out today. Admins and mobile users might want to keep a close eye on Windows Update.
A patch released on Patch Tuesday for both Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 is causing a bit of a headache for some users, which places the aforementioned OSes in an infinite reboot loop.
If you are running Windows 10, Microsoft has released four new patches for build 9926 as part of Patch Tuesday - and given that they are security related, you should install them as soon as possible.
Today is Patch Tuesday, and Microsoft has released an update for the Surface Pen on the SP3, while the older Surface RT is getting some love this time around with a new driver too.
It's Patch Tuesday and this time around, KB3001652 is causing a few headaches as it appears to be hanging while installing - and this is not the first time Microsoft has had issues with patches.
Microsoft has pushed out two patches for Windows 10 build 9926 and you can download them now by running Windows Update; one patch addresses a Flash vulnerability and the other fixes a Windows issue.
Microsoft pushed out a new build of Windows 10 today and with it comes many enhancements to the platform including the ability to schedule the restart time after patching.
It's that "time of the month" for Windows where patches get applied to plug vulnerabilities found in the OS. This time around eight were delivered and none affecting Internet Explorer.
With the recent batch of Patch Tuesday updates Microsoft has addressed numerous security flaws it has discovered in its products. Among these, a nasty flaw present in all versions of Windows since 95
According to a report from a cybersecurity company, Russian hackers have been using a Windows exploit found in almost all versions of the OS to spy on important institutions and governments.
Microsoft has stated that it is pulling another update from its Patch Tuesday release that was designed to update OneDrive for Business but has not stated why the update was pulled.
On August 12th, Microsoft will push out patches to many of its products including Windows and Internet Explorer as part of Patch Tuesday; nine updates in total with two of them being rated critical.
Windows 8.1 update 2 is right around the corner and thanks to a few leaked documents, it looks like August 12th will be the day that the update is released as part of Patch Tuesday.
Microsoft's 'Patch Tuesday' arrives next week and with it will contain a patch for a critical bugs in IE and Windows, three moderate updates for Windows and a fix for Windows server.
On the second Tuesday of every month, Microsoft issues patches for its various products and along with those updates, the company sent out notification emails as well but that practice is now dead.
Microsoft has said that with the June release for 'Patch Tuesday', they will fix 59 vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer which is a dramatic rise in issues when compared to previous months.
Microsoft has posted up the changes for its Patch Tuesday and it includes updates for both the Surface 2 and the Pro 2; the Surface RT and Pro 1 did not get any updates for the month of June.
Microsoft has launched myBulletins, a new website service for IT administrators that allows them to view a customized list of all of the company's security bulletins.
Just in case it wasn't clear on April 8th, Microsoft has posted a reminder on its Windows blog today that it no longer supports Windows XP and won't issue any more public patches for the OS.
Microsoft has decided not to release new firmware updates for its Surface tablets for a second straight month on "Patch Tuesday", one week before the rumored reveal of new Surface products.
Microsoft has announced it will release two critical and six important security updates on May 13 as part of the company's regular monthly "Patch Tuesday" software event.
Microsoft has revealed the security patches it plans to release for many of its software products on Tuesday, including the final ones for Windows XP and Office 2003.
Microsoft has announced it will release a final fix for an exploit discovered in IE10 on Tuesday, March 11 as part of its "Patch Tuesday" event that will also see four more security updates released.
Microsoft has announced it will release two security updates labeled as "critical" on Tuesday, along with three that it calls "important," most of which affect various versions of Windows.
The original Surface Pro is the only one of Microsoft's tablets that received a firmware update today as part of "Patch Tuesday" with Surface Pro 2 owners still waiting for their promised update.
Microsoft has announced plans to release four security patches for Windows, Office, and Dynamics AX next week but none of them have been labeled as "critical" updates.
Microsoft will release several critical security bulletins that affect all of its supported Windows operating systems on December 10th as part of its Patch Tuesday event.
Patch Tuesday not only brought security updates to Windows yesterday; it also bumped Internet Explorer up to version 11.0.1, with a bunch of bug fixes for the browser on Windows 8 and 8.1.
Microsoft has announced that a zero day bug discovered in many versions of Internet Explorer will be fixed via a security patch later today, to be released as part of "Patch Tuesday".
Microsoft has announced it will release eight security bulletins for its latest 'Patch Tuesday' updates on November 12th, including three critical bulletins for Windows 8.1 and other Windows versions.
Microsoft, as promised, released eight security bulletins for various software products today, which also happens to be the 10th anniversary of the company's regular "Patch Tuesday" event.
Microsoft has re-released several security bulletins it launched last week to fix issues that were discovered after they were issued, in a trend that has some security experts concerned.
Microsoft only released 13 security bulletins today as part of its "Patch Tuesday" event, instead of its previously announced 14 patches, pulling one of them that affected its .NET framework.
Microsoft has announced that it will release 14 security bulletin updates on Tuesday, September 10th for various software products, which will be the most bulletins in one month so far in 2013.
Microsoft has stopped two of the security updates it first released on Tuesday from being sent out from its Automatic Update service after some software compatibility issues were discovered.
Microsoft has released two optional security updates, including one that affects many versions of Windows, on Tuesday, in addition to the eight security bulletins it had previously announced.
Microsoft has announced it will release three critical security bulletins covering many currently supported versions of Windows on Tuesday, August 13, as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday event.
Patch Tuesday is happening again, for Windows 8.1 Preview and Windows RT 8.1 Preview at least, with an additional five updates hitting the OSes today a mere 14 days after the first wave of updates.
Microsoft has announced it will release a whopping six security bulletins for nearly all currently supported versions of Windows on Tuesday, July 9, as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday event.
Microsoft has announced it will release just five security bulletins on June 11th as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday event, including one critical bulletin that affects most versions of IE
As part of its Patch Tuesday event, Microsoft has released a permanent fix for a recently discovered zero-day exploit found in Internet Explorer 8, along with nine other security bulletins.