Much like updates on your smartphone, Microsoft is continually adding major features via automatic patching.Below you'll find all the latest information on both service packs and these other major updates that Microsoft is regularly pushing to its users.As of April 2018, the last major update to Windows 10 is Windows 10 Version 1703, also known as the .Updating is completely automatic via Windows Update.Service packs will not be released. Windows 7 SP1 and the April 2015 Servicing Stack Update both must be installed prior to installing the Convenience Rollup. Windows Vista SP2 can only be installed if you already have Windows Vista SP1 installed, which you can download here for 32-bit versions, and here for 64-bit ones. Windows XP SP3 can only be installed if you already have Windows XP SP1a or Windows XP SP2 installed.If you do not have one or the other of those service packs installed, install SP1, available here, before trying to install Windows XP SP3. Windows XP Professional is the only 64-bit version of Windows XP and the latest service pack released for the operating system is SP2.
Unless you are using Internet Explorer 6 (IE 6) with Windows XP Pre Service Pack 3, you’re in good shape.You can read more about the individual fixes and improvements on Microsoft's Windows 10 Update History: Version 1703 page.As of April 2018, the latest major update for Windows 8 is Windows 8.1 Update.Log Me In launches Bold360 CRM suite, faces crowded market Log Me In's Bold360 suite aims to tackle the white space of engagement in between various vendors and systems.
The security community recently identified a new vulnerability in the SSLv3 protocol, known as POODLE (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption).
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