As it is the second Tuesday of the month, it’s time for patching all supported versions of Microsoft Windows operating systems. Being the fifth patch of the year, Microsoft now started rolling out the Windows 11 May 2022 Patch Tuesday (KB5013943) update for Windows 11 version 21H2.


Windows 11 Patch Tuesday (KB5013943) update contains all fixes from the previous optional updates and also includes a few security fixes. To know more about the fixes in this build, and to download the Windows 11 KB5013943 update offline installer, continue reading further.


Windows 11 (KB5013943) May 2022 Patch Tuesday update is now available


Windows 11 update KB5013943 – what’s new and improved

This update makes quality improvements to the servicing stack, which is the component that installs Windows updates. Servicing stack updates (SSU) ensure that you have a robust and reliable servicing stack so that your devices can receive and install Microsoft updates.


Apart from this, the Windows 11

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Revolutionary displays will be highlighted including two-way mobile slidables, new foldable displays for gaming, and the most advanced quantum dot display technology for the large display market.

SEOUL, South Korea, May 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Samsung Display today announced that it will play a prominent role at Display Week 2022, May 10-12 (Pacific Time) in San Jose, California. As the world’s largest producer of digital communication displays, the company said it will spotlight a wide range of its most advanced next-generation technologies in Booth #715 under the theme: “Meet the Amazing Techverse in Samsung Display.”

“Since Display Week 2022 returns to live exhibitions after a hiatus of three years, office managers, workstation professionals, and consumers are showing greater interest in this industry-leading event,” according to Samsung Display. “Through the unveiling and demonstration of our most promising market solutions, audiences worldwide will be able to appreciate

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Bill Gates. (John Keatley Photo)

Bill Gates revealed Tuesday that he has tested positive for COVID-19, more than two years into a pandemic that the Microsoft co-founder has dedicated himself to better understanding and fighting.

Gates tweeted that he is experiencing mild symptoms and that he is “following the experts’ advice by isolating until I’m healthy again.” He added in a tweet thread that he is “fortunate to be vaccinated and boosted and have access to testing and great medical care.”

Gates, 66, first warned about the possibility of a COVID-type outbreak years ago, and he spent much of

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Old Operating Systems and Devices Can’t Install Necessary Updates

The vulnerability in legacy devices and operating systems is that they can’t update appropriately. They reach a point where they don’t have the computing power to run and install new updates. This means known weaknesses in the systems can’t be patched, leaving the doors open to cyberthreat actors.

When new OSs are released, some users push back against updating because they fear it will wipe their machine. It’s important to remember, and to remind staff, that these OS updates are released for security reasons. A smooth transition across the entire organization can help keep the network safe.

Additionally, with rapidly advancing technology, end users’ refusal to use new releases means their systems won’t be able to run programs when they are updated and become incompatible with the old OS.

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