Microsoft has just released the August Patch Tuesday updates for both Windows 11 and Windows 10. Following the July Patch Tuesday updates, which introduced the new “Moment 3” features to all users running Windows 11 version 22H2, this month’s updates are relatively light.
One of the notable updates is the KB5029253 patch, now available for Windows 11 version 22H2. Alongside security fixes, this update includes various quality improvements. Notably, brightness settings should now be more accurate, and Microsoft has addressed an issue causing widgets to unpin from the taskbar.
For Windows 10 users, the KB5029244 patch has also been released today. This patch brings security updates and quality improvements. Microsoft has resolved an issue that caused certain display and audio devices to appear missing after system resume from sleep. Additionally, the patch addresses a problem that may prevent some VPN clients from establishing a connection.
In other Windows-related news, Microsoft recently announced that the upcoming Windows 11 version 23H2 will be released later this fall as an enablement package. Currently, Windows Insiders on the Beta channel are testing this update. One of the exciting new features introduced in this channel is the Windows Copilot AI assistant.
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