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.
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Microsoft has announced it will now issue security advisories as needed for any Windows 8 apps, including the pre-loaded apps such as Mail that are updated via the Windows Store.
Microsoft has announced that it will release six software updates for many of its products for its monthly "Patch Tuesday" event next week, including three critical security updates for Windows 8.