Microsoft has moved to mend a few anomalous things on the Windows platform. The company has released cumulative updates for subsisted Windows 10 and Windows 11.
Windows 10 22H2, version 21H2, version 21H1, and 1809 will receive the KB5022282 and KB5022286, whereas Windows 11 22H2 and 21H2 will be able to snatch branches from KB5022303 and KB5022287.
The new update tracks various off-center issues in the operating system, which include irksome bugs and exposure to vulnerabilities. Still now, The vintage yet vibrant firm has netted nearly 98 flaws and one actively drawn-out zero-day vulnerability.
The updates come with an inescapable sign on its wagon and will enter your system automatically; however, users can still mount it on their device without hitching off their seats. It can be done by going to your Settings and clicking the “Check for Updates” option inside the Windows Update page.
The Redmond company took some cat naps while celebrating the holidays last month, so updates come with significantly fewer bug fixes. Still, you can’t be deceived by the update; both systems will get multiple security fixes for different vulnerabilities.
Let’s take a look at what has been done while rolling out the update; in the update, the company deployed troops with a scalpel to fix the following problems related to local sessions manager ODBC database connection failure, blue screen crashes with 0xc000021a errors and not stopping until the station arrives.
On the flip side of the coin, Microsoft has also meticulously worked to deploy a fix for an actively exploited zero-day vulnerability in this January 2023 Patch Tuesday, dubbed CVE-2023-21674; the exposure might issue threat actors system entitles, which revamps the update to make it more critical.