For the first time in recent history, Microsoft has issued no security bug fixes for Internet Explorer.
KB3004394 causes numerous problems, including AMD driver issues and failure to install future updates.
Microsoft gives the green light for users to download an update that it had asked users to uninstall a week ago. But it's not as simple as all that.
Microsoft has fixed 83 flaws in its browser in the last two months.
The flaw affects the majority of Android devices in use and could easily be exploited by malware to make premium-rate calls.
According to the advance notification from Microsoft, there will be six security bulletins next week, but only two rated as Critical.
Click-to-Run installations of the popular office suite fall prey to a crippling bug that leaves the software unable to launch whatsoever.
There are seven new security bulletins this month, but the Internet Explorer update is the most crucial.
Tired of wading through Microsoft's security updates to find out which ones are relevant? Microsoft has a new tool to help with that.
Microsoft offers another month of patches to Windows 8.1 users who haven't updated.