Along with Windows 10, cumulative updates are rolling out to Windows 8.1 and eligible Windows 7 users. There are fixes for the recent vulnerabilities, along with the usual crop of improvements.
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In addition to serving cumulative updates for Windows 10, Microsoft is releasing patches for Windows 8.1 and eligible Windows 7 users. They bring security improvements and other fixes.
Microsoft is rolling out the monthly patches for Windows 7 users that have opted to pay for Extended Security Updates and for Windows 8.1 users. Here's what's new in these updates.
It's once again time for Microsoft's Patch Tuesday, meaning there are updates rolling out to all supported versions of Windows. That includes Windows 8.1 and, for ESU customers, Windows 7.
As is the case every second Tuesday of the month, cumulative updates are rolling out for all supported Windows versions, which include Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 users who have paid for updates.
As is customary every second Tuesday of the month, cumulative updates are rolling out for all supported Windows versions, including Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 users paying for extended updates.
As with every second Tuesday of the month, Microsoft is releasing cumulative updates for all supported Windows versions. They include Windows 10, 8.1, and Windows 7 for those on extended support.
It's Patch Tuesday and, in addition to updates to all supported versions of Windows 10, Microsoft has also released updates for Windows 7 and 8.1, bringing more fixes and some known issues.
It's Patch Tuesday, meaning that all supported versions of Windows receive cumulative updates. That includes Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and their corresponding Windows Server versions.
As the first Patch Tuesday of the year arrives, all supported versions of Windows are receiving cumulative updates, including Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and the corresponding Windows Server versions.
Alongside of a range of updates for supported versions of Windows 10, Microsoft patched older operating systems today too, including Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012, and Server 2012.
Today is Patch Tuesday, and along with updates for Windows 10, Microsoft is once again releasing updates for its older versions of Windows, which includes Windows 7, 8.1, Server 2008, and Server 2012.
Microsoft released new updates for all supported versions of Windows today, and that includes older supported versions like Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. They contain Spectre and Meltdown mitigations.
Along with some new cumulative updates for Windows 10, Microsoft also released the Monthly Rollup preview for next month's Windows 8.1 update. There's nothing new for Windows 7 just yet.
Microsoft released cumulative updates for all supported versions of Windows today, and that includes Windows 7, 8.1, and various SKUs of Server. Here's what got fixed in today's updates.
Being that it's Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released all-new cumulative updates for all supported versions of Windows, which still include Windows 7 and 8.1 Here's what's been fixed with the updates.
Having delayed this month's Patch Tuesday updates until next month, Microsoft has now released an update to resolve vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash on Windows 10, RT, 8.1, Server 2016, and more.
Microsoft has recently updated its Certificate Trust List after private keys belonging to a digital certificate for its Xbox Live domain had been disclosed.
Microsoft has fixed and re-released the patch that was pulled from Windows Update after reports of boot issues from users post-installation of the August update earlier in the month.
Microsoft has withdrawn a security update from Windows Update after users reported a number of random BSOD occurrences following the update since it was released four days ago.
Microsoft has released a set of optional updates for Windows RT 8.1, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2 as part of the July update rollup to fix issues with the various platforms..
Microsoft has confirmed that Windows Server 2012 R2 will also be getting a "Spring Update" around the same time as Windows 8.1 but the company has yet to offer any specifics.
Microsoft has released My Server 2012 R2, a new app for Windows Phone 8 devices that lets users remotely administer Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials from their smartphone.
Microsoft has announced that the new Windows Server 2012 R2 Remote Desktop apps that were launched for iOS, Android and Mac OS X platforms have already reached the one million download mark.
Microsoft has finally confirmed that a Remote Desktop app for Windows Phone that will let users connect remotely to Windows Server 2012 R2 is in the works but no details were revealed.
Microsoft has officially launched the GA build of Windows Server 2012 R2, along with System Center 2012 R2, a new version of Windows Intune and more updated server related tools.
As promised, Microsoft has released new Remote Desktop apps for Mac, iOS and Android devices, allowing those operating systems to connect to Windows Server 2012 R2.
Microsoft has stated it has bought assets from HLW Software that will be used in the company's upcoming Remote Desktop apps for iOS, Android and OS X for Windows Server 2012 R2.
Microsoft plans to launch iOS and Android Remote Desktop apps later this month that will connect to Windows Server 2012 R2, along with Windows, Windows RT and OS X, but not for Windows Phone.
Now that the various Windows 8.1 versions have been made officially available to MSDN and TechNet subscribers, we can confirm that the leaks from the end of August are the same as the official ISOs.
In a change of heart, Microsoft has released the RTM builds for Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 for its TechNet and MSDN subscribers, along with the release candidate for Visual Studio 2013.
'Leak all the things!' seems to be the battlecry from Russia. After a lackluster trickle of leaks from China, including a corrupt image and even a 'Frankenbuild', now the proper images have leaked.
Microsoft has announced that Windows Server 2012 R2 will launch on October 18th, the same date as Windows 8.1, along with System Center 2012 R2, and the latest update to Windows Intune.
Microsoft has a summary of the new features it has put into the upcoming release of Windows Server 2012 R2, which already has a preview version available for download.
Microsoft has revealed that the Datacenter SKU for Windows Server 2012 R2 will be priced at $6,155, which is far higher than the $4.809 price of the Windows Server 2012 version of Datacenter.
The Windows Server 2012 R2 Preview has revealed changes that we expected: "Computer" has been renamed to "This PC", while Libraries are hidden by default in favor of top-level folders.
Microsoft has launched the Windows Server 2012 R2 Preview, aka the Windows Server Blue preview, on the world today; a public version is now available to download ahead of BUILD 2013