Windows 8.1 Monthly Rollup

Robert Neagoe By: Robert Neagoe
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Windows 8.1 Update History

Windows 8.1 is receiving support through Windows Update. Those of you who are still running Windows 8.1 on your PC can download the security and non-security updates that are published on a monthly basis.

When you install the most recent update for Windows 8.1 you get all of the previous updates, as well, including important security fixes. Microsoft recommends installing all the available updates on your devices, but many users have noticed it’s better to wait a few days and check out the reported issues before updating.

Windows 8.1 Update History

KB4457129 (Monthly Rollup) – September 11, 2018

KB4343898 (Monthly Rollup) – August 14, 2018

KB4343888 (Security-only update)

KB4338815 (Monthly Rollup) July 10, 2018

KB4338824 (Security-only update)

KB4284815 (Monthly Rollup) June 12, 2018

KB4284878 (Security-only update)

KB4103725 (Monthly Rollup) – May 8, 2018

KB4103715 (Security-only update)

KB4093114 (Monthly Rollup) – April 10, 2018

KB4093115 (Security-only update)

KB4088876 (Monthly Rollup) – March 13, 2018

KB4088879 (Security-only update)

KB4074594 (Monthly Rollup) – February 13, 2018

KB4074597 (Security-only update)

KB4056895 (Monthly Rollup) – January 8, 2018

KB4056898 (Security-only update)

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