- On June 9 at around 10 AM PST Microsoft released the 6th major round of cumulative updates of 2020 called the June Patch Tuesday updates.
- These include the typical bug fixes, improvements and security updates, but they
- Additionally, this is the first round of cumulative updates to include an update to Windows 10 v2004.
- Our website has a dedicated Patch Tuesday page, so make sure you visit that as well if the topic interests you.
Microsoft just released their 6th round of major updates for the year 2020, and they will be called the June Patch Tuesday Updates.
Like all previous Patch Tuesday updates, these will bring new features to your OS, fix any existing bugs and issues and bring much-needed security improvements.
As such, if you are running Windows 10 on your PC and want to get the most out of your system, go ahead and update it as soon as the cumulative updates become available in your region.
UPDATE: The June 2020 Patch Tuesday Updates are as follows:
- KB4557957 for Windows 10 Version 2004
- KB4560960 for Windows 10 Version 1909 and 1903
- KB4561608 for Windows 10 Version 1809
- KB4561621 for Windows 10 Version 1803
- KB4561602 for Windows 10 Version 1709
- KB4561605 for Windows 10 Version 1703
- KB4561616 for Windows 10 Version 1607
- KB4561649 for Windows 10 Version 1507
If you want to read a complete list of patch notes, as well as direct download links covering the Cumulative Updates that came with the June Patch Tuesday Updates, check out this article.
A new major version of Windows 10 joins the roster
Those of you that are well informed regarding the latest changes in Windows 10 already know that Microsoft launched their next version of Windows 10 on May 27, and it is called Windows 10 v2004.
This update brings plenty of new features to the table, but it also comes with its own fair share of issues as well.
We’ve covered many of these issues, as you can see from the articles below:
- Most common Windows 10 v2004 bugs and issues
- Most Windows 10 2004 issues still unresolved to date
- Some Windows 10 2004 users get compatibility block alert
- Intel working to fix Windows 10 2004 Optane memory bug
- Windows 10 version 2004 update blocked by a security feature
Fortunately enough, many of these issues can already be resolved if you follow the proper steps.
For example, if you have any BSoD errors after updating to Windows 10 v2004, simply follow the steps written in this detailed guide.
In fact, even if you get an error message preventing you from updating to Windows 10 v2004 altogether, there are still some things that you can do to bypass this issue.
Thankfully enough, even if you do have any issues with Windows 10 v2004, you’ll be glad to know that Microsoft has set up dedicated support pages for this version ever since launch, so troubleshooting this can be much easier.
Keep in mind that getting the latest Patch Tuesday Updates for your PC is extremely important, especially form a security standpoint.
More so, having a backup of your data is recommended at all times, but even more so before attempting a big change to your system, such as getting the Patch Tuesday Updates.
FAQ: Learn more about Patch Tuesday updates
- How do I install the June 2020 Patch Tuesday updates?
You can Install Patch Tuesday Updates by using one of the following tools:
- Windows Update Menu
- Windows Update Catalog
- Windows Server Update Services
- Why are Patch Tuesday updates called that way?
Ever since they have been rolled out on a regular basis, Patch Tuesday Updates have always been released on the second Tuesday of every month, hence the name.
- What time do Patch Tuesday updates become available in my region?
Microsoft regularly releases patch Tuesday Updates at around 10 a.m. Pacific Standard Time, but it may take some time for the update to reach your region as well.
Editor’s Note: If you want to know everything there is to know on Patch Tuesday, check out this in-depth guide.