The constant updates and improvements of Windows 10 make this Microsoft system one of the most used and most stable in the market. Of course, there are problems, but these are being fixed and permanently eliminated.
As is normal in its development cycle, Patch Tuesday brings the necessary security fixes for its stability. The February one came up now and brings several important corrections. That’s why it’s time to update Windows 10.
Time to upgrade Windows 10
At the same time, Microsoft releases Windows 10 patches. Patch Tuesday guarantees users the arrival of the latest and most important security patches, so that machines are protected against all problems.
This February was no different and once again Patch Tuesday arrived for Windows 10 and other older versions. All patches are available and ready to be installed on these Microsoft operating systems.
The February 2021 security update release is now available on all supported versions of Windows. Release notes associated with these updates might publish with a delay of up to an hour. We will share the release notes after they are published. Thank you for your patience!
— Windows Update (@WindowsUpdate) February 9, 2021
Patch Tuesday fixes
With regard to Windows 10, Microsoft returned to focus on security and this month fixed a flaw that allowed elevation of privileges in the win32k components. There is also the correction of the flaw that could compromise the file system and prevent it from starting after a chkdsk /f.
Another security fix came to close the flaw that allowed apps with system privileges to print to “File:” ports. Many other Windows 10 components and services have also had major fixes and security improvements.
Security for more Microsoft systems
Previous versions of Windows have also been improvement targetThere are several levels, from Windows 8 to the old and still used Windows 7. These are available, depending on the support that users have access to, especially in the case of the older system.
Given the relevance of these updates, it is important that they are installed immediately. These should already be available to users, within the Updates and Security area that is within the Windows 10 Settings.
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