Download Windows 7 KB4034679 and KB4034664 to enhance PC security

Madalina Dinita
by Madalina Dinita
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This month’s Patch Tuesday edition is all about security. Windows 7 security update KB4034679 and monthly rollup KB4034664 bring a series of security updates to many Windows OS components.

More specifically, here are the exact patch notes for both updates.

KB4034679 

Security updates to Windows Server, Microsoft JET Database Engine, Windows kernel-mode drivers, Common Log File System Driver, Microsoft Windows Search Component, and Volume Manager Driver.

This update applies to the following systems: Windows 7 Service Pack 1, Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1.

KB4034664

It is worth mentioning that this security update includes all the fixes and  improvements brought by KB4025340, which was released last month. The update applies to Windows 7 Service Pack 1, Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1.

Security updates to Microsoft JET Database Engine, Common Log File System Driver, Microsoft Windows Search Component, Volume Manager Driver, Internet Explorer, Windows Server, and Windows kernel-mode drivers.

Download KB4034679 and KB4034664

Windows Update will automatically download and install these updates. You can also download the standalone package for each update from the Microsoft Update Catalog website. Simply search the update that you want to install and then hit the download button.

For the time being, there are no known issues with this update. Also, users haven’t reported any bugs either. It appears that both these updates are very stable.

If you haven’t downloaded KB4034679 and KB4034664 yet, do it as soon as possible. As a quick reminder, Windows 7 facilitated the spread of the Wannacry Ransomware. Keeping your system up to date is one of the main lines of defense against malware attacks.

Have you already downloaded KB4034679 and KB4034664 on your Windows 7 computer? Did you encounter any issues? Let us know in the comments below.

  • These updates caused some display issues with certain programs on our 2nd monitors. When opening / moving Office files or Nuance PDF files to our 2nd monitor, the display would look jagged with screen artifacts. After uninstalling 4034679 and 4034664 the issue went away. This happened for all of our terminal service users that have Wyse thin clients and happened for one person that has a generic brand tower. Has anyone else encountered anything similar?

    • Definitely – KB4034664 is a terrible update – we use a citrix
      environment and it makes the sessions freeze up when dragging the
      program from primary (right) screen to secondary (left) screen. All
      users who have dual-screen setup where the right screen is primary are
      experiencing this issue. Secondary, the follow-up flags in outlook 2010
      disappear when moving outlook to the secondary screen (they reappear
      when moving back to the primary)