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Microsoft couple of days ago released its new set of Patch Tuesday update for all version of Windows. The update was pushed out to fix a total of 53 security vulnerabilities in the company’s Windows 10 version.

The company had put more of its attention on its browsers Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge and bringing very important security fixes for the browsers. The most Important vulnerability which Microsoft lists is for the Office users which the company had fixed in the Patch Tuesday update.

Another important fix is for a scripting engine flaw which the company pushed out for its browsers Edge and Internet Explorer which allows attackers to get rights of the user logged in when a malicious website is loaded.

The company says that after installing the Patch Tuesday Cumulative Updates for all version of Windows, the users will be able to fix the security vulnerabilities found by the company.

The Cumulative Update is also available for users with Fall Creators update which the company rolled out to all users on October 17th across the globe.

Users are advised to make sure to save any of their current works on the system before taking the Patch Tuesday updates since these Cumulative Update require reboots for the device especially for people in large organizations.

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