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        Tracey Capen
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        PATCH WATCH By Susan Bradley As the world hunkers down in response to the COVID crisis, so does Microsoft. On March 24, the company announced it would
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        KP
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        FYI,
        Probably few of us Windows 10 1809 users left but a few other patches are showing up.

        KB4494174 – 2020-01 1809 Update (dated of Mar 10, 2020)
        KB4538156 – 2020-02 Cumulative Update .NET 3.5, 4.7.2, and 4.8 (looks similar to KB4537480, also Feb 24 2020)

        I am likely to install KB4494174 in the next week and will skip KB4538156.

        • This reply was modified 1 month, 4 weeks ago by KP.
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        anonymous
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        Susan, I did buy two ESU licenses for two Windows 7 machines only to find out that you cannot use them on Windows 7 Home, which is what both of my machines are using. Ted was very helpful in assisting me to install them and then when I couldn’t get any security updates, he told me that it doesn’t work for the Home edition.

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