Microsoft just released its March 2020 security update for Windows 10 which is designed to fix 115 vulnerabilities in the hugely popular operating system. Of these 115, 24 are noted to be of a “critical” severity – meaning you should probably install the latest patch as soon as possible to prevent your PC from succumbing to any of them.
A further 88 are labeled as “important” and three are declared to be “moderate” in severity, as noted by BleepingComputer. If you’re running versions 1909 or 1903 of Windows 10, you’ll need to update to builds 18362.719 or 18363.719 to benefit from the beefed-up security.
Microsoft highlighted three main improvements delivered by the latest Windows 10 security patch for 1909 and 1903.
As early as next month Microsoft is expected to announce the release of the next substantial Windows 10 upgrade – 20H1. The new operating system version is expected to introduce a number of dramatic changes like a new mode for 2-in-1 devices, an upgraded File Explorer and a new version of Cortana without voice commands.