One great example would be KB5000803 for Windows 10 v1607.
KB5000803 fixes stop errors, vulnerabilities, and more
According to the official Microsoft homepage that covers KB5000803, installing this cumulative update should improve the following:
Addresses an issue that causes an increase in network traffic during update detection for Windows Updates. This issue occurs on devices that are configured to use an authenticated user proxy as the fallback method if update detection with a system proxy fails or there is no proxy.
Once installed, this cumulative update should make updating yoru OS to be more stable, and with fewer errors.
More so, the reduction in network traffic will make updating your Windows 10 PC go faster.
Of course, this is just one of many changes included in this update, since it also addresses sever vulnerabilities, fixes an issue that resulted in stop errors, and more.
Now that you have a better understanding of the benefits of updating your Windows 10 PC, you can go ahead and download and install the latest cumulative updates.
However, if you’re still not convinced, you can always opt not to update, and you can even postpone any update notifications for up to 35 days.
However, this may leave your PC vulnerable to CVEs, especially since this month alone 97 were discovered, affecting Microsoft and Adobe products.
Whichever the case, know that getting the latest cumulative updates is extremely easy, as there are multiple mediums toa quire them:
This post was written by Teodor Nechita and was first posted to WindowsReport
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