Just when you’re ready to settle in for some egg and nog and whatever may accompany, Windows starts throwing poison frog darts. This month, a fairly boring patching regiment has turned topsy turvey with an unexplained emergency patch for Internet Explorer (you know, the browser nobody uses), combined with an Outlook 2013 patch that doesn’t pass the smell test.
Mysterious bug fix for IE
Microsoft set off the shower of firecrackers on Dec. 19 when it released a bevy of patches for Internet Explorer:
Win10 1809– KB 4483235 – build 17763.195
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