Microsoft released the latest Windows 11 KB5018427 update recently. The update brings new security improvements and bug fixes for the latest Windows 11 OS. You should immediately download and install the update if you haven’t upgraded to this version of Windows yet. The update is available both through Windows Update and offline installer. However, some users have reported that the update didn’t install on their systems.
KB5018427 brings security improvements and fixes various vulnerabilities found in Windows 11. The update also addresses several issues, including a slow file copy over SMB, provisioning packages not working as expected, and other issues. In addition, there are 22 fixes and improvements in this latest cumulative update.
The update also includes security updates for Microsoft Office 365 and Azure. It also includes updates for Windows XP, Vista, and 7, as well as for Internet Explorer, Edge, and Internet Explorer. The update also fixes a problem with Microsoft Store updates. You can read the full list of security updates on Microsoft’s update site.
Another new feature is the addition of Windows Spotlight to the desktop. On new systems, it will be enabled by default. Spotlight is one of the best ways to personalize Windows. It can fetch wallpapers from Bing, which you can then set on your desktop.
Windows 11 is a major upgrade over Windows 10. Microsoft officially supports the new operating system only on hardware that is 8th generation Intel Core CPUs or AMD Ryzen processors based on the Zen+ microarchitecture. The OS also requires Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 and UEFI secure boot. OEMs may make exceptions for devices that do not meet these specifications.