Microsoft just released the July Patch Tuesday updates for all the Windows 10 versions currently supported.
Just like the previous updates, the recent batch brings some minor enhancements. Furthermore, these updates also fix a series of bugs introduced by the previous versions.
The Patch Tuesday updates are released to fix Windows security vulnerabilities. This time, the packages brings non-security patches as well.
Some of the major security enhancements target Windows kernel, Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows Wireless Networking, the classic Microsoft Edge, Windows App Platform and Frameworks, Internet Explorer.
Don’t forget to back up your system
Unfortunately, the history of Windows 10 cumulative updates is not that bright. Most of the times, these updates are nothing more than a headache for Windows 10 users and IT Admins.
They often trigger major issues including download stalls and slow installation issues. Most importantly, there are times when the updates fail to install on your systems.
Windows 10 May 2019 Update brought a defer update feature that allows you to delay the installation for some time. You can use this feature to wait until all the major update issues have been fixed.
However, in case you decide to go ahead with the installation, a complete backup of your system is highly recommended. Remember, you can always use the backup to rollback to a stable version if anything goes wrong.
Install Windows 10 June Patch Tuesday updates
These updates are also available as automatic downloads via Windows Update. But you can also use the following links to manually download and install the latest Windows updates on your system.
We will keep an eye on the Windows forums to keep you updated about the Patch Tuesday Updates.
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