Windows 10 KB5022282, KB5022286 update released

Microsoft published Windows 10 KB5022282 cumulative updates and Windows 10 KB5022286 cumulative upgrades for version 22H2, 21H2, 21H1, 1809 and 21H2, respectively, to address security issues and fix known bugs.

For Windows 10 1909 and Windows 10 2004, this update is unavailable.

Windows Update will install this Windows 10 cumulative update during your service window. Windows users have the option to manually update these updates. To do this, go to Settings. Click on WindowsUpdate,. Select “Check for Updates“.

Windows 10 KB5022282 cumulative update

Source: BleepingComputer

Microsoft has halted optional preview updates owing to the holidays season, as we reported last month.

Today’s Patch Tuesday does not contain any bug fixes, other than security updates.

Updates for January 2023: What is fixed?

Patch Tuesday Update today addresses problems that impact the Local Session Manager. Users without admin rights might be able to take actions only admins can.

A bug in Microsoft Open Database Connectivity (ODBC), SQL Server Driver ( SQL Server Driver.dll), was also fixed. This caused connections to stop working for apps connecting to certain databases.

There are two possible outcomes: an error message from the SQL Server or an error within the app.

This update also addresses an issue which could cause blue screens to crash on some Windows-based devices, 0xc000021a.

Microsoft has not yet identified any issues with this update as of January 10.