Windows 10 August 2023 cumulative update is now available widely for everyone with many bug fixes. This update does not add new features to the operating system as Microsoft now focuses more on Windows 11 and next-gen Windows. August 2023 Patch Tuesday release is all about quality fixes and improvements.
Windows 10 August 2023 update has fixed as many as 87 security flaws, including three bugs that can be remotely executed. According to the official release notes on the support document, Microsoft has patched as many as 12 spoofing vulnerabilities, 8 Denial of Service vulnerabilities, and 18 Elevation of Privilege vulnerabilities.
These vulnerabilities can be exploited to take control of your device or connected network. Additionally, Microsoft has also fixed three security feature bypass security issues. It is important to understand that Microsoft now publishes security fixes for Chromium Edge separately, so these 87 flaws are strictly related to Windows.
Microsoft bundles servicing stack updates with the latest cumulative update. This means installing the Patch Tuesday update is more than enough, and you do not have to install an additional package. Microsoft says it’s including all necessary updates in the primary cumulative update.
To install the August 2023 cumulative updates, follow these steps:
August 2023 cumulative Patch Tuesday security update bumps the build number of the operating system to Windows 10 Build 19045.3324 on version 22H2. You’ll get Windows 10 Build 19044.3324 if you are on…