UPDATE: You can now download the June Patch Tuesday updates on your Windows 10 computer.

Here are the direct download links to the Microsoft Update Catalog website:

You can read the original report below.

It’s Patch Tuesday again! Microsoft will start releasing the June 2019 Patch Tuesday cumulative updates within the next few hours.

Those of you who are running earlier versions of Windows 10 should update their machines as soon as possible in order to get the latest cumulative updates.

The upcoming Patch Tuesday updates are expected to fix security and non-security issues within the operating system. Microsoft specifically aims to address the existing vulnerabilities in Windows 10 OS and its components.

Additionally, the tech giant is releasing monthly cumulative updates for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. These updates will also bring security-only updates along with some security and non-security enhancements.

Windows 7 users should keep in mind that Microsoft has already announced the end of support deadline for Windows 7. This version of the operating system is scheduled to retire in January 2020.

Microsoft highly recommends users to upgrade to Windows 10 before January 2020. That is the only way you can stay safe online and enjoy the latest features available in Windows 10.

Install Windows 10 June Patch Tuesday updates

These updates will be automatically available on your system. You just need to visit the Settings menu and click Check for updates.

Alternatively, you can manually download the updates from Microsoft’s Update Catalog.

check for updates in Windows 10

Last month, Microsoft released the Windows 10 May 2019 Update. We’re sure the company will address the bugs introduced in the recent update.

As you already know, all new Windows 10 updates bring some bugs to the table. Therefore, you need to take the necessary precaution measures and backup your system. You can always roll back to the previous version in case something goes wrong.

We will keep an eye on the Patch Tuesday Updates as update this post as soon as the rollout begins.

Keep visiting Windowsreport.com to learn more about this month’s Patch Tuesday updates.

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