Windows 10 Update 1803 KB4338548 (Build 17134.83) + Office June Patchday

Achievement unlocked: Survived another cumulative Update. Windows 10 just got another fresh update, which upgrades you right to Build 17134.83, okay what you really expect the title already says everything but well I had to mention it! Changelog As always Microsoft doesn't provide a changelog, the page is as empty as my bank account. This update... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Patchday for April 2018

Microsoft planned to release the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update (1803) today, but it appears that the release has been delayed because quality management reasons. Instead we get a lot of new security relevant updates which fixing several holes. No Springs Creators Update today But who cares? I already listed all download links here. The... Continue Reading →

April 2018 Updates for Office 2010, 2013 & 2016

The first patchday for April 2018 is here, several Office versions getting non-security-relevant updates in order to fix reported problems. These updates are as always more or less optional and you can wait to install them until they got reviewed or spring in the cold water and report what happened. Overview Microsoft released a bunch... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Security Updates March 2018 Edition

Microsoft today released a bunch of new updates - for all Windows Builds. The March 2018 Patchday is as expected and there this time no surprises. As always you can download and install the latest updates manually via the MS update catalog or via WUS. Overview Microsoft has updated its own Security Advisory ADV180002 Guidance to... Continue Reading →

Windows 10 Build 16299.248 removes the ability to uninstall Internet Explorer

The last patchday is not without consequences, but it seems you no longer can remove the Internet Explorer via the integrated "Windows Feature" Dialogue but you still can remove it via DISM. I didn't wrote anything about the last patchday this month because I not really found much trouble with it, until now. I realized that... Continue Reading →

Update KB4074608 as ‘stability’ release – secretly it prepares you for Windows RS 4

There was a patch yesterday and now we just got another thing, the strange thing here is that the new update is manually downloadable. The changelog doesn't tell us much except that the update improves the system stability. Whatever the hell that means. What does this update really do? The update prepares your OS for... Continue Reading →

KB4058258: Windows 10 Build 16299.214

Microsoft just released another update, KB4058258 is available via the official Update Catalog or via Windows Update. The changelog is as always big and can be found here. At the time or writing this article, there not many specific details given about the update but from a quick inspection, I see it's basically the same... Continue Reading →

More Windows Patches today

Microsoft so far released five Microsoft updates today. The updates also available in the Windows Update catalogue. Unbootable state for AMD devices in Windows 10 Version 1709 (already out since yesterday but official announced today) January 17, 2018—KB4057142 (OS Build 14393.2034) January 17, 2018—KB4057144 (OS Build 15063.877) January 17, 2018—KB4057402 (Preview of Monthly Rollup) January 17,... Continue Reading →

Microsoft’s January Patchday 2018 – Adobe Flash and dynamic Updates

Seems Microsoft needs to wait till the next Patchday to roll out their big magic, there are bigger problems to solve right now. We only got an Adobe Flash Update and one dynamic update. The kernel wasn't patched this time and there is nothing special on this patch tuesday which deserves any more attention (93... Continue Reading →

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