Microsoft today announced that its fix for the Windows 7 security patch for Windows Update will go live later today.
The fix is an automatic update to all users who have installed Windows Update and is not required to be installed manually.
The fix is available to all Windows 7 users, and the update should automatically download for them as soon as they start a new session.
The update will roll out gradually to users who haven’t installed it yet, and Microsoft recommends that users upgrade to the new version by the end of the day.
The Windows 7 update fixes a security issue that affects users who install Windows Update but don’t install the Windows Update itself.
Users who install the Update are affected by a bug in the Windows update mechanism that makes it easier for attackers to install malicious software, but it does not fix the issue itself.
The Windows Update bug has been known since March 2016.
The latest Windows update fixes another security issue related to the update mechanism.
The security issue affects users when they install Windows 7 but don.
It can lead to denial-of-service attacks and other malicious software.
Users are advised to remove Windows 7 and reinstall Windows.
The Microsoft update for Windows 7 is available now, and it can be downloaded here .