Windows 10 and 11 security updates are released by Microsoft
Published on Jun 28, 2022
New security updates for Windows 10 and 11 have been released by Microsoft. Aren’t we already up to date on the monthly patches for June? That’s true, but not everything went according to plan.
The serious Follinia vulnerability, as well as several other bugs, were fixed by Microsoft more than two weeks after they were first discovered. However, some of those who have already installed it report that it hasn’t been smooth sailing.
Wi-Fi hotspots have stopped working, and some VPNs and Outlook are not signing in on ARM-based machines (such as the Surface Pro X).
Windows 11 and 10 have both been patched with KB5016138 and KB5016139, respectively. The other out-of-band update took place in January, making it the second time we’ve seen it since Windows 11 launched.
Most people will still want to download these patches this month, even though it feels like you’ve been punished for keeping your device up-to-date. Although they’re urgent, you must still manually install them, so they’re considered optional.
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