It’s the second Tuesday of the month and Microsoft is rolling out a new security update for all its products, including Windows 11. This month’s build is live for Windows 11 version number 21H2 and is tagged with version number 22000.1098. The latest incremental build comes with several improvements and changes, read on to know more about Windows 11 22000.1098 update.
Microsoft is rolling out a new Windows 11 build for eligible PCs with version number 22000.1098 (KB5018418). As always, security updates require a small amount of data, with this month’s patch weighing in at around 425MB on ARM64-based systems and 309MB on x64-based systems. And if you want to install it manually, visit this page to download additional updates.
Talking about the changes, then Windows 11 security update brings performance improvements for IE mode, improvements to widgets for notification badges, ability to turn on HDR with pen, touch key when switching between apps. The board remains open, switching display modes using multiple displays. Trust, thanks for the new improvement. The update fixes the issue of reinstalling the app after an upgrade and also fixes the daylight saving time adjustment. In addition to the previously listed fixes, the update also brings security patches.
Windows 11 22000.1098 (KB5018418) Update
This security update includes fixes that were part of update KB5017383 (released on September 20, 2022). Important changes in this release include:
- This update contains miscellaneous security improvements to internal OS functionality. No additional issues were documented for this release.
Now if your computer is running on Windows 11 OS, you will receive this update soon, if you are facing any of the above issues then update this version. It is already available for many users, this build is rolling in the air, you can simply open the Settings app, then go to Windows Update, click on Check for updates if it shows you new updates. Dates are not showing, once you see the update, click Download and Install. That’s it.