UPDATE: Patch Tuesday is now live.
If you want to download the stand-alone update packages, follow the download links listed below:
Microsoft will release the February Patch Tuesday updates today. So, if you check for updates on February 12, 2019, you should find a long list of patches available for download.
As always, these cumulative updates will feature a series of bug fixes and improvements that will make the OS more stable and reliable.
As a matter of fact, Microsoft has already started to push new updates to users. For example, KB2310138 brings new definition updates for Windows Defender Antivirus and other Microsoft antimalware.
The software giant should start rolling out more Windows 10 updates to the general public in a few hours’ time.
If you enabled automatic updates, your computer will automatically detect and install the latest updates.
If you set up manual update, then you should go to the Settings page and manually check for updates.
Windows 10 February Patch Tuesday update changelog
We hope Microsoft will finally roll out a fix for the issue that’s preventing users from loading webpages in Microsoft Edge using local IP addresses.
This problem affects Windows 10 v1809 users. As you may have noticed, browsing often fails or the webpage becomes unresponsive.
There is also a Start Menu and taskbar bug affecting pins. Hopefully, Microsoft will soon fix this issue and users will be able to pin links to the Start Menu and taskbar again.
There are only a few hours left until Microsoft releases the awaited February Patch Tuesday updates. We’ll keep an eye on the Windows update page and we’ll update this post as soon as the KB numbers have surfaced.
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