Microsoft is releasing a new update to users of Windows 10, which should automatically download to everyone soon. This update should fix some bugs that users of Windows 10 have been complaining about, possibly including an update to fix a bug that prevented users from signing into the Windows Store to download apps. The update should be labeled KB3081436, so be on the lookout for this update. If you’d like to see the full details on this update, check this out.
In addition, Microsoft is also pushing out some security patches that fixes issues and security holes in Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe Flash Player. Microsoft has also released a new update to the Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool, so expect an update to that soon as well. More details can be found here.
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