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Yes, a number of non-security updates are being made available for all supported versions of Windows including, as usual, this month's update to the Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool.Microsoft's Surface tablets also usually get driver and/or firmware updates on Patch Tuesday.While this change goes for both security updates and non-security updates, and Microsoft is clearly updating Windows 10 outside of Patch Tuesday, so far they still seem to be pushing a majority of the updates to their latest operating system on Patch Tuesday.
See the table at the bottom of this article for a complete list of products receiving updates this month.
Some updates correct issues so serious that, in certain situations, remote access to your computer may be possible without your permission.
You can get all the details on these updates from Microsoft's Surface Update History page.
Individual update histories are available for the Surface Studio, Surface Book, Surface Book 2, Surface Laptop, Surface Pro, Surface Pro 4, Surface 3, Surface Pro 3, Surface Pro 2, Surface Pro, Surface 2, and Surface RT devices.
Note: Windows XP and Windows Vista are no longer supported by Microsoft and so no longer receive security patches.
Windows Vista support ended on April 11, 2017 and Windows XP support ended on April 8, 2014.
In most situations, the best way to download patches on Patch Tuesday is via Windows Update. You can usually find links to any non-security Microsoft Office updates on the Microsoft Office Updates blog.
Only the updates you need will be listed and, unless you've configured Windows Update otherwise, will be downloaded and installed automatically. Note: Updates are typically not available to consumers for individual installation. While updates from Microsoft rarely result in widespread problems with Windows itself, they do frequently cause specific issues with software or drivers provided by other companies.
You need these updates if you're running any supported edition of Microsoft's operating systems, 32-bit or 64-bit.
This includes Windows 10, Windows 8 (as well as Windows 8.1), and Windows 7, plus supported Server versions of Windows.