Microsoft today released the first set of security updates for Windows 10.
The new security updates contain fixes for a variety of issues, including an exploit known as a “zero-day” exploit that allows remote code execution, and new security features that should make it more difficult for attackers to compromise machines and networks.
“Windows 10 Anniversary update is the next major milestone for the Windows family,” Microsoft wrote in a blog post.
“We’ve continued to make great progress over the last year and we look forward to the updates coming your way in the coming weeks.”
Microsoft released a preview of Windows 10 for business earlier this month, but it has not been released to the public in full.
The company said today that the update for enterprise is scheduled to roll out to users in the fourth quarter of 2020.
The release is the latest in a series of security fixes released in advance of the Windows 10 launch on March 28.
Microsoft said that its security team has worked closely with other Microsoft partners and industry partners to build Windows 10, and today’s security updates will also help companies better protect their business networks and end users.
The first set for enterprise security updates is the following:Microsoft’s Windows Defender for Windows (WD-W64) security update is included in the preview of the company’s update.
Microsoft said that the WD-W 64 update addresses a variety, but not all, of the vulnerabilities identified by Microsoft in the previous Windows Defender updates.
WD-64 is available to customers for $119.99 and will be available to businesses for $99.99 from March 20, 2020.WD-64 has a variety.
It is designed to be applied on PCs, tablets, smartphones, and servers that are running Windows 10 Pro, and it provides an option to disable some Windows security features, including a default policy that blocks all access to the operating system.
It also blocks certain apps, including ones that may provide unauthorized access to system resources, according to Microsoft.
The update will be rolled out to enterprise customers in the following two weeks.
Windows Defender for the desktop, as well as the Windows Defender app for iOS and Android, is also included in this preview.
Microsoft announced today that it will release the Windows Security Center for Android in the third quarter of 2019.
Microsoft is also introducing a new Windows Defender Service on the Windows Azure cloud, allowing users to install and manage Windows Defender on their own devices.
The Windows Defender service will be released on March 15, 2020 for $59.99, according.
The Windows Defender update for mobile devices is also available for download for free.
Microsoft’s new Windows 10 Mobile security update for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is available for free for those with an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus.
Microsoft has also updated the Android app for both the iPhone and Android devices.
Microsoft also announced today a new set of Windows Defender security updates that will roll out in the next few weeks.
The updates address a number of issues including a denial-of-service attack, a network attack that is triggered by a malicious application, and a memory leak.
The Android security update will roll off-premises on April 12, 2020, and the iOS security update on April 19, 2020 and April 20, 2021.
Microsoft has been rolling out the Windows security updates as part of the Anniversary Update since the company first rolled out Windows 10 on March 8, 2020 with the Anniversary Build of Windows.
Microsoft previously announced a series, or “upgrades,” for each OS version, and Microsoft has not announced any new updates for the OS version number.
Microsoft is now offering customers the opportunity to get a full preview of its Windows 10 software updates on a one-time basis.
Microsoft says that those who want to receive the update should visit its Windows Update page to download it, and they should keep an eye out for updates through the month of April.