Windows 10 First Batch of Security Patches is Now Live
It has almost been 2 weeks since the official release of Microsoft’s Windows 10 and the OS has received its first batch of security patches from Microsoft.
In this month’s of security fixes; Microsoft has added 5 bulletins aimed at Windows 10 current issues and Microsoft’s new browser, Microsoft Edge.
According to Microsoft, the patches include fixes for vulnerabilities in the .Net Framework that could enable potential hackers to make changes to your system only an administrator could make. In addition to this, Microsoft has also fixed a couple of vulnerabilities in a Microsoft graphics component that could allow remote execution.
Microsoft has also promised to bring fixes for the issues with built-in Microsoft Store within next few days. Users are currently reporting inability to download or update applications downloaded via Microsoft Store.
While Windows 10 is a pretty decent OS and over 18 million users have already made jumped to the new OS, some users are holding back and waiting for a few more weeks to allow Microsoft iron out all the present bugs before making the upgrade.
In parallel Windows 10 news; the recent Windows 10 update causes PCs to experience a reboot loop. To read up more and know whether you should update or not, head over to the post!
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