After our December Patch Tuesday article for Windows 11, it’s time for update information, this time for Windows 10. On the menu: minor improvements, fixes and security.
Microsoft has just launched the deployment of its monthly cumulative update on its various currently supported systems. Windows 10 is of course one of them, and if you are still using it, you can get a new update under the name KB5021233. In addition to its usual batch of fixes, it also fixes several security bugs, which is why it’s important to keep your system up-to-date. The update is available if you have version 21H1 or 21H2 installed. However, please note that the 21H1 version will no longer be supported after December 13th. We therefore advise you to install the 21H2 version as soon as possible if you have not yet done so.
KB5021233 for Windows 10, what’s new?
Here is the changelog released by Microsoft for update KB5021233 for Windows 10. Note that it also contains improvements from update KB5020030, which was released in optional form last month:
- This update fixes security issues in your Windows operating system.
How do I install KB5021233 on your PC?
To get this new Patch Tuesday on your PC today, go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update as usual. After clicking the button to check for new updates, it will be offered to you under the name: 2022-12 – Cumulative Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB5021233). After downloading it, just restart your machine to apply the changes. Happy downloading!
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