What you need to know
- Microsoft released new cumulative updates for Windows 10 today.
- The updates fix a remote code execution vulnerability in Internet Explorer.
- The optional updates are available for PCs running the Windows 10 May 2019 Update and earlier.
Microsoft today released a new set of cumulative updates for Windows 10 PCs running the May 2019 Update and earlier. Coming two weeks after this month's "Patch Tuesday" updates, the latest releases focus on fixing a single security issue with Internet Explorer.
The fix for Internet Explorer is the only thing included in these updates. Specifically, as noted in Microsoft's release notes, the updates focus on correcting a remote code execution vulnerability in all versions of Windows 10 save version 1511. Here's a description of the issue, from Microsoft's Security Update Guide:
These updates are optional, but they should be included as part of Microsoft's next round of "Patch Tuesday" cumulative updates in October.
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