On Patch Tuesday in July 2022, Microsoft released new updates for Windows 10, including KB5015807 and KB5015811. These updates for versions 21H2, 21H1, 20H2 and 1809 aim to fix vulnerabilities and bugs.
What has Microsoft planned in these new updates? The American company mentions fixing an issue with PowerShell and transcription functionality where the output log is empty when it shouldn’t. In addition, the Redmond firm has highlighted the following changes:
- Fixes an issue that prevents the Pashto language (eastern Iranian language) from appearing in the list of languages.
- Fixes an issue that affects the area of the touchpad that responds to a right click.
- Fixes a known issue that may prevent you from using the Wi-Fi hotspot feature (reported issue weeks ago).
- Fixes a known issue that could prevent the “Snip & Sketch” application from capturing a screenshot or opening using the keyboard shortcut (Windows logo key+Shift+S ).
Added to this is the correction of various security vulnerabilities. Now if we look at the numbers of KB itself, this gives us the following list:
- Windows 10 versions 20H2, 21H1 and 21H2: KB5015807
- Windows 10 version 2004: End of support
- Windows 10 version 1909: End of support
- Windows 10 version 1903: End of support
- Windows 10 version 1809: KB5015811
- Windows 10 version 1803: End of support
- Windows 10 version 1709: End of support
- Windows 10 version 1703: End of support
- Windows 10 version 1607: KB5015808
- Windows 10 version 1507: KB5015832
If you are wondering where the updates for Windows 10 v1909 and Windows 10 v2004 have gone, they are not available because these versions are no longer under Microsoft support. These updates are available via the usual channels: Windows Update locally on the machines, the WSUS servers, the Microsoft Catalog site, but also the new Windows Autopatch service.
If you want to know more about this month’s Patch Tuesday, you can read my article about it: Patch Tuesday – July 2022.