Microsoft rolls out its last Windows Vista updates, download them now
Windows Vista currently has a total market share of 0.72%. Most likely, more and more Vista users will upgrade their computers in the near future as Microsoft just ended support for the OS. We’re sure that for many users this fact constitutes a good enough incentive to upgrade.
In other words, the Redmond giant will no longer release security patches, non-security updates, or any other kind of support for Vista.
Microsoft has provided support for Windows Vista for the past 10 years, but the time has come for us, along with our hardware and software partners, to invest our resources towards more recent technologies so that we can continue to deliver great new experiences.
The company rolled out the very last Windows Vista updates this Patch Tuesday. More specifically, Microsoft pushed 12 dedicated updates to this OS version.
Windows Vista Updates
- KB4014652: Security update for the libjpeg information disclosure vulnerability in Windows Vista
- KB4014793: Security update for the Microsoft Office remote code execution vulnerability
- KB4014794: Security update for the libjpeg information disclosure vulnerability in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- KB4015067: Security update for the scripting engine memory corruption vulnerability in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- KB4015068: Security update for the LDAP elevation of privilege vulnerability in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- KB4015195: Security update for the Win32k information disclosure vulnerability in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- KB4015380: Security update for the ATMFD.dll information disclosure vulnerability in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- KB4015383: Security update for the libjpeg information disclosure vulnerability in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- KB4017018: Security update for Microsoft Graphics Component
- KB4016754: This update includes a fix for an incorrect device driver (“Microsoft – WPD – 2/22/2016 12:00:00 AM – 5.2.5326.4762”) that was released by a third-party on March 8, 2017 that affected a small group of users with USB connected phones or other media devices that rely on Media Transfer Protocol
- KB3217877: Fixed the issue when you use the fread() function to read data from a pipe in Windows Vista Service Pack 2, and the runtime program may omit line feed (LF) characters between lines and cause corrupted output.
- KB4012864: DST changes in Windows for Northern Cypress, Mongolia, and Russian Saratov region.
You can install these updates through Windows Update.
Are you still running Windows Vista? Are you planning to upgrade your computer to the latest Windows OS version?
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