The latest Windows updates are out now with new features and fixes – Komando

Patch Tuesday is a common practice among tech companies, accumulating updates and releasing them on the second Tuesday of every month. This doesn’t mean we won’t see updates at other times.
Apple released iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Apple TV updates this past Tuesday. If you have an Apple device, you have an update waiting for you. Tap or click here for a breakdown of the updates and how to get them.
Microsoft also took the opportunity to release updates for Windows 10 and 11 this week. Unlike the Patch Tuesday updates, these are optional and typically don’t have security fixes. Microsoft refers to them as “C” releases which come with bug fixes and improvements. Here’s what’s included and how to get them now.
The optional KB5018482 update for Windows 10 20H2, 21H1 and 21H2 is available now and includes some quality-of-life improvements while squashing a few bugs.
Here are highlights from the update:
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To update Windows 10:
NOTE: If you’re running Windows 10 21H1, you’ll want to upgrade to 21H2 as soon as possible. All editions of Windows 10 21H1 will reach the end of service on Dec. 13, 2022. After that date, these devices will not receive monthly security and quality updates.
To check which versions of Windows you’re running, go to Start > Settings > System > About and scroll down to Version under Windows specifications.
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The KB5018496 update for Windows 11 22H2 comes with improvements and new features. It also fixes some bugs.
Here are highlights from the update:
To update Windows 11:
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