Microsoft rolls out August Patch Tuesday updates for Windows 11

Pranav Bhardwaj

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As the second Tuesday of August arrived, Microsoft once again delivered its latest set of Patch Tuesday updates for Windows 11 users. This routine update aims to enhance the performance and functionality of the operating system. If you’re among those who have already transitioned to the latest iteration, Windows 11 (version 22H2), you’ll notice a new update awaiting installation: Build 22621.2134.

While this update doesn’t introduce any new features to Windows 11, it brings a range of improvements that contribute to a smoother and more efficient user experience. One of the notable enhancements revolves around screen brightness settings. After installing the update, users can expect more accurate adjustments to their screen’s brightness levels, enhancing visual comfort and usability.

Another aspect that received attention in this Patch Tuesday update is the widgets feature. Widgets have been a highlight in Windows 11, providing users with quick access to essential information. With the latest update, users can look forward to a noticeably smoother experience when interacting with widgets, making accessing information and updates even more seamless.

It’s worth noting that the August Patch Tuesday update encompasses all the changes and enhancements that were initially introduced in the preview update KB5028254 and KB5028245 in July. 

August Patch Tuesday

So, if you want to know about what August Patch Tuesday offers in detail, refer to our post on:

As is customary with Patch Tuesday updates, the changes extend beyond individual improvements to encompass a comprehensive array of enhancements.

Via: Windows Central