The Windows 10’s June 2020 Patch Tuesday, labeled the Windows 10 KB4560960 cumulative update, is now rolling out to many computers via Windows Update. There are also direct download links for the Windows 10 KB4560960 offline installers available.
The June 2020 Patch Tuesday update comes with security fixes and a number of other improvements.
The Windows 10 KB4560960 cumulative update is now rolling out and brings with it a known security fix to the Microsoft Store, another security fix for Internet Explorer, and another security fix for the older version of Microsoft Edge that has recently been superseded by the Chromium Edge.
Microsoft has advised for a long time that people shouldn’t be using Internet Explorer anymore now that it has switched over to Edge, but they’re still maintaining IE with some security updates. Additionally, most computers should by now have found the new Chromium-powered Microsoft Edge browser available as the default Edge browser to use, but just in case you’re using an older version of Windows 10, there is also a security update for the classic Edge in this update.
In addition to the above, Microsoft has improved the security of the default applications and services in Windows 10 with this update. There are also security enhancements to some of the Microsoft Office apps. You may also find added security for some external hardware, including mice, keyboards, Xbox game controllers, as well as web cameras.
The update includes security changes made for the Windows kernel, Windows Silicon Platform, Windows Media, Windows Management, Windows Authentication, Microsoft HoloLens, Spatial Audio, and other components to the operating system.
Download Links for Windows 10 KB4560960
Please visit the link below to download the Windows 10 KB4560960 offline installer from the Microsoft Catalog website if you don’t want to wait for the update to arrive automatically or if you need to install the update while offline.
Download: Windows 10 KB4560960 update
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