Microsoft News of the Day – Windows OS News

July 13, 2022
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Microsoft has announced the general availability of a feature called Autopatch that automatically keeps Windows and Office software up-to-date.

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Microsoft knows its Autopatch service for Windows will make admins nervous over control, but argues it delivers a better outcome.

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Microsoft customers with Windows Enterprise E3 and E5 licences can now take full advantage of its new automated patching service.

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We provided an in-depth overview of the security updates that Microsoft released for its Windows operating system on the July 2022 Patch Day.

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Microsoft reminded customers today that Windows Server, version 20H2 will be reaching its End of Service (EOS) next month, on August 9.

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“An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could gain SYSTEM privileges,” Microsoft explained in a security advisory published today.

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The actively exploited zero-day vulnerability fixed today is tracked as 'CVE-2022-22047 – Windows CSRSS Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability.' “An …

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Windows Enterprise E3 and E5 customers looking to get started with Autopatch should go to the Tenant Administration in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager …

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Microsoft has warned users clinging to Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 that the end really is nigh. Windows 7 went out of support in 2020, but Microsoft …

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Microsoft is launching a new “Hardwear” clothing collection. It includes a $60 T-shirt with the Windows XP background and an MS Paint-inspired …

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