Microsoft refreshes every supported product on every second Tuesday of the month. And this time it’s even more special as, it’s a first Tuesday that brings update to the Windows 11. Windows 11 goes public just last week and just received its first update, in the form of the Cumulative 22000.258 (KB5006674) update. This is the first major upgrade over the last month’s 22000.194 beta build, read along to know more about Windows 11 cumulative KB5006674 update.
The first big update goes official to the Windows 11 is focused on security side. The October’s patch is sowing with KB5006674 build number, apart from the security fixes, we can expect improved system stability.
Microsoft shares information about the update on its support page and mentions that they’re not aware of any issues with this update. Obviously, it does not mean that Windows 11 has not any issues, there are many issues in Windows 11, which are yet to be addressed by the company, here’s the complete list of issues.
Talking about the Windows 11 22000.258 cumulative update, then this build knocks up the compatible PCs with a new security patch. Here’s the more information regarding the October security patch.
- Addresses known compatibility issues between some Intel “Killer” and “SmartByte” networking software and Windows 11 (original release). Devices with the affected software might drop User Datagram Protocol (UDP) packets under certain conditions. This creates performance and other issues for protocols based on UDP. For example, some websites might load slower than others on the affected devices, which might cause videos to stream slower in certain resolutions. VPN solutions based on UDP might also be slower.
Windows 11 will receive more significant cumulative patches every second Tuesday of the month.
The update is already available to many users, this build is rolling over-the-air, you can simply open the Settings app, then head over to the Windows Update, and update your PC to the newest Cumulative update. That’s it.
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