Microsoft releases cumulative update for Windows 7

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Microsoft releases cumulative update for Windows 7

It became known that Microsoft has released a cumulative update for the software platform Windows 7, support for which ended early last year. It is intended for members of the Extended Security Updates program, in which registered Windows 7 devices continue to receive updates for a fee.

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In addition to the security updates released as part of the Patch Tuesday program, the KB5001335 package contains fixes for known errors in the software platform. The patch solves the problem with time zones for Russia and the Republic of South Sudan.

Overall, the cumulative update for Windows 7 fixes various vulnerabilities that cybercriminals could exploit in attacks on computers running an outdated operating system. We also fixed a bug that prevented the installation of monthly cumulative updates on devices not configured to receive updates through the ESU program.

As for the ESU program itself, it is aimed at corporate users of Windows 7 who, for some reason, cannot or do not want to switch to using the current version of the platform. The Advanced Security Update Program allows you to receive the latest security patches promptly, but new features for Windows 7 have not been released for a long time. According to available data, up to 20% of the Windows computers in use in the world are currently running Windows 7.

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