Microsoft today released updates to remedy nearly 130 security vulnerabilities in its Windows operating system and supported software. None of the flaws are known to be currently under active exploitation, but 23 of them could be exploited by malware or malcontents to seize complete control of Windows computers with little or no help from users.
The majority of the most dangerous or “critical” bugs deal with issues in Microsoft’s various Windows operating systems and its web browsers, Internet Explorer and Edge. September marks the seventh month in a row Microsoft has shipped fixes for more than 100 flaws in its products, and the fourth month in a row that it fixed more than 120.
How to manually check for Updates in Windows 10
Open Start Menu and click on Settings > Update & Security settings
Here, press on the Check for updates button.
If any updates are available, they will be offered to you.
If Windows Update says that your PC is up to date, it means that you have all the updates that are currently available for your system.
If you are looking for details on the latest updates, click on the Details link. More details about the updates will then be shown to you.
If you need more information about the updates, click on the Learn more link. Every update comes with a KB number. Here for example you can see update KB3103688 being offered. You could search on your favorite search engine using this KB number. Relevant results about the update are sure to be offered.
You can make your Windows 10 receive updates for other Microsoft products and software, like Office, when you update Windows.