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Microsoft spits out patches and plans to gobble up 7GB of storage for future Windows 10 updates

January 9, 2019

IT’S MICROSOFT’S MONTHLY PATCHING TIME, with Redmond pasting over some 51 security holes across Windows 10, 7, and 8.1, along with other nasties in its suite of software.

One major security bork in the Windows Jet Database Engine, which can be found in every modern version of the operating systems and messes up how objects are handled in memory, has been fixed. That’s a good thing given the flaw has been kicking around since September.

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