Microsoft has just introduced yet another patch for Windows 10, and this time around, it happens to be a security update for the Flash player in Internet Explorer. In the update before this, the patch addressed a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) issue which tend to rear its ugly head all too apparently for some users. The patch itself is called KB3018943, where it can be downloaded on your Windows 10 machine as you check out ‘Windows Update’ while looking for the download. Of course, there should not be much waiting at all in the downloading of the patch since it weighs in at a mere 8.5MB.
However, do take note that the usual slew of precautions would apply when it comes to installing patches, as in you ought to ensure your machine remains updated frequently in order to make sure that you do not remain exposed to external threats. This particular patch would address the Internet Explorer issue concerning its Flash player which might be exploited in the wild. If you are using a machine that runs on Windows 10, how has your experience been so far, and assuming you have installed this patch, has your Flash player issues been fixed? Hopefully all will work out fine and dandy in the end.