Microsoft may be winding down its operations for the holidays, but it's pushing out another set of cumulative updates for Windows 10 today. This time, there are patches for every Windows 10 release, and each is focused on one thing: Internet Explorer.
Details are scant in the release notes, but each update includes a "security update for Internet Explorer." All told, there are updates for each major Windows 10 version ranging from the October 2018 Update back to the initial release version.
If you're already on the October 2018 Update, you'll be able to snag the update with KB4483235 via Windows Update, ticking the build number up to 17763.195. Meanwhile, those still on the April 2018 Update will pick up KB4483234, with build number 17134.472.
For the rest of the releases, you can check out the release notes and build numbers at Microsoft's support site.
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