Windows and .Net finally get their ‘D Week’ patches, as Intel microcode fixes go wacko

Time for the general August patching shoe to drop.

Late final night time Microsoft launched a flurry of patches, posting them at the Microsoft Update Catalog. Some are to be had via Windows Update, some don’t seem to be.

As of early Friday morning, the Win10 patches are no longer to be had via WSUS, the replace server provider. It’s no longer transparent if that’s a mistake, a hesitation — or if any individual simply went house final night time and forgot.

Let’s listen it for patching predictability. And transparency.

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