Another Tuesday, another Windows 11 patch update. Microsoft has just released its new patch Tuesday updates to all Windows 11 22H2 systems. This time, however, the patch update is a small update that doesn’t bring massive in terms of features or performance for your Windows 11 PC. Anyway, without wasting any time, let’s take a look at what the new update is all about.
Windows 11 Patch Tuesday- What’s New
Many times we have seen Microsoft release at least two different updates for different Windows 11 users. This Windows 11 Patch Tuesday update is now live and if you haven’t received it you can manually check for the update or wait until Wednesday to see the update made available for your Windows 11 PC.
The brand new Windows 11 Patch Tuesday update comes with the build version 22621.228. This update is small and will quickly be installed on your Windows 11 system. Now, let’s take a look at the highlights of this new Patch Tuesday update.
Windows 11 Patch Tuesday Highlights
- This update removes a blank menu item from the Sticky Keys menu. This issue occurs after you install KB5029351.
- This update addresses security issues for your Windows operating system.
Windows 11 Patch Tuesday Improvements
- This update addresses an issue that affects authentication. Using a smart card to join or rejoin a computer to an Active Directory domain might fail. This occurs after you install Windows updates dated October 2022 or later.
Windows 11 Servicing Stack Update
- This update makes quality improvements to the servicing stack, which is the component that installs Windows updates. Servicing stack updates (SSU) ensure that you have a robust and reliable servicing stack so that your devices can receive and install Microsoft updates.
Check For Updates
This brand-new update will be automatically available to all Windows 11 users. However, if you haven’t received the update seeded to your device automatically, you can follow these steps to manually check for the new Patch Tuesday update.
- Click on the Windows icon on the Taskbar.
- From the Start Menu click on the Settings app icon.
- With the Settings app open, click on the Windows Update tile at the top right corner.
- Now, click on the button that says Check for Updates.
- In a few seconds, your Windows 11 PC will check for the updates and download them to your system right away.