Almost a hundred vulnerabilities fixed: Microsoft updated Windows 10 and Windows 11


Zero-day vulnerability actively exploited by cybercriminals

Microsoft has released an update for Windows 10 and Windows 11 as part of the traditional monthly Patch Tuesday. It is heavily dedicated to improving security, but there are new features as well. 

Windows 10 and Windows 11
Windows 10 and Windows 11

In total, Microsoft fixed 97 vulnerabilities in the update, including one zero-day vulnerability that is actively exploited by attackers, which allowed gaining SYSTEM privileges, the highest level in Windows. 

Almost a hundred vulnerabilities fixed: Microsoft updated Windows 10 and Windows 11

The Windows 10 update is available for supported versions 21H1, 21H2, and 22H2. Microsoft also listed known issues in the update that are present and not yet fixed. Among them is the automatic removal of an outdated version of Microsoft Edge without the subsequent automatic installation of a new version of Microsoft Edge.  

Windows 11 Updates 22H2 (KB5025239) and 21H2 (KB5025224) also brings several functional improvements. For a small group of users, Microsoft account notifications have become available in the Start menu. In the coming months, the innovation will become widely available. The search field on the taskbar aligns better with the custom OS color mode and immediately displays search results in a pop-up window as you type.

We also fixed issues with Notepad settings not showing all available options, PowerPoint freezing, Microsoft Narrator crashes in Excel, and USB printer recognition. 


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