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Microsoft Removes Windows Security Update, Warns Users

WebProNews Monday, 17 February 2020
Microsoft has had a rough go of its Windows updates, with the company pulling one of its latest ones and warning users about it. Windows 10 update KB4524244 was pulled by Microsoft after four days following reports it was causing crashes and freezes on every available version of Windows 10. On a support page, the…

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