Microsoft updated Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8.1 and Windows 7, but not everything went smoothly

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Microsoft has released a large collection of cumulative updates as part of the traditional monthly Patch Tuesday for the Windows operating system. Updates are available for the latest Windows 11, Windows 10, and even veterans such as Windows 8.1 and Windows 7.

Microsoft updated Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8.1 and Windows 7, but not everything went smoothly

This is the second Tuesday update for Windows 11, which debuted in October. KB5007215 is intended to fix performance issues with AMD-based PCs, File Explorer, memory leaks, file retrieval and inability to rename files, intermittent sound and crash. run Office applications. In addition, the latest security update is provided.

Update for Windows 10 under the number KB5007186 is available for OS versions 2004 (last year’s May update), 20H2 (last year’s November update) and 21H1 (fresh May update). In addition to security fixes, the update solves problems with the rendering of some interface elements. However, KB5007186 already has a long list of known issues. In particular, the update may bring new printing problems.

Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 were not ignored either. For these operating systems, Microsoft has solved the next printing problems.

Support for Windows 8.1 will continue until early 2023, but free support for Windows 7 is no longer available. Microsoft ended support for the Windows 7 operating system a year and a half ago – January 14, 2020. However, for corporate users, Microsoft offers paid extended support for Windows 7. They can receive security updates through the Windows 7 ESU (Extended Security Updates) program until January 2023. In 2021, the price of this service has risen to $ 50 per computer, and in 2022 it will rise to $ 100 per computer.

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