Monthly Rollup update KB3192403 for Windows 7 is now available
Starting from this month onwards, Microsoft introduced a new update system for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. The company will roll out Monthly Rollups for security and reliability issues, following users’ feedback.
More specifically, Windows will release a single Monthly Rollup that addresses both security issues and reliability issues in a single update. Each month’s rollup will supersede the previous month’s rollup, which means there will always be only one update required for your Windows PCs to get current.
The first Windows 7 Monthly Rollup Update is KB3185330, which was released on October 11. The upcoming Monthly Rollup update bears the code name KB3192403 and is already available for download as a preview version.
“This update includes improvements and fixes that were a part of Monthly Rollup KB3185330 (released October 11, 2016). This update also includes these new quality improvements and is a preview of the next Monthly Rollup update:
- Addressed issue with revised daylight saving time.
- Addressed issue that prevents pushed-printer connections and printer connections from trusted servers from being installed in Point and Print scenarios after installing MS16-087.
- Added a new Root Certificate type needed to support Catalog V2 for Windows 7 Embedded systems.
- Improved support to specify proxy and enable upload of telemetry and download of settings in an authenticated proxy environment. “
How to install Windows 7 Monthly Rollup Update KB3192403:
1. Via Windows Update: KB3192403 is provided as an Optional update on Windows Update. Go to Windows Update, click on Check for updates, and then wait while Windows looks for the latest updates for your computer. In the list, select KB3192403, click OK, and then click Install updates.
2. Via the Microsoft Update Catalog: you can get the stand-alone package for this update from the Microsoft Update Catalog website.
3. Via the Microsoft Download Center. Select one of the following update files:
- All supported x86-based versions of Windows 7
- All supported x64-based versions of Windows 7
- All supported x64-based versions of Windows Server 2008 R2
- All supported IA-64-based versions of Windows Server 2008 R2.
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