Windows 7 Patch Tuesday

Robert Neagoe By: Robert Neagoe
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Windows 7 KB4343900 issues

Windows 7 is still being updated although, in January 2015, Microsoft ended mainstream support for this version. The good news for those of you who are still running Windows 7 on their device is that Microsoft won’t end security updates until January 14, 2020.

All the security and non-security updates are published through Windows Update. When you install the most recent update you get all of the previous updates, as well, including important security fixes.

Windows 7 Update History

KB4457139 (Preview of Monthly Rollup) – September 20, 2018

KB4457144 (Monthly Rollup) – September 11, 2018
KB4457145 (Security-only update)

KB4343900 (Monthly Rollup) – August 14, 2018
KB4343899 (Security-only update)

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KB4338818 (Monthly Rollup) – July 10, 2018
KB4338823 (Security-only update)

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KB4284826 (Monthly Rollup) – June 12, 2018
KB4284867 (Security-only update)

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KB4103718 (Monthly Rollup) – May 8, 2018
KB4103712 (Security-only update)

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KB4093118 (Monthly Rollup) – April 10, 2018
KB4093108 (Security-only update)

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KB4088875 (Monthly Rollup) – March 13, 2018
KB4088878 (Security-only update)

KB4074598 (Monthly Rollup) – February 13, 2018
KB4074587 (Security-only update)

KB4056894 (Monthly Rollup) – January 4, 2018
KB4056897 (Security-only update)

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