There is already a second Windows 10 update just days after Microsoft released the first patch.
Microsoft already released the second Windows 10 patch. This is just 5 days after the first update got released.
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The new update from August 11 contains several fixes for vulnerabilities. Microsoft says that this update also improves functionality.
The security issues involve the .NET framework, Microsoft Edge, Command-line, Mount Manager, Graphics module and Internet Explorer.
Windows 10 updates are cumulative and include all previous fixes from KB 3081424.
When automatic updating is set, users will get this patch downloaded and installed automatically.
We have detailed the process to switch of automatic Windows 10 updates in case there are problems. Some user experience repeat reboots after the last update.
Microsoft also offers this update as a stand-alone package in the Microsoft Update Catalog site.
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For users that want to install a Windows 10 language package, Microsoft advises to first install these and update with this patch afterwards.