Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Cumulative Updates KB4503293, KB4503327, KB4503286
Microsoft has just released a new set of cumulative updates for Windows 10 devices, as the company kicked off the June 2019 Patch Tuesday cycle.
While installing cumulative updates is typically a risky thing to do because they often break down things or fail to install, today’s release is particularly important because it happens on Patch Tuesday.
In other words, the Windows 10 cumulative updates rolling out right now include fixes for security vulnerabilities in Microsoft’s operating system, so by installing them, users can make sure they are fully protected against any exploits.
At the time of writing this article, however, there are no reports of failed installs, but the release has just started, so it remains to be seen if the experience with these cumulative updates is flawless or not.
What’s important to know is that all Windows 10 versions are getting cumulative updates, albeit devices running Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and older are no longer service… (read more)