This month has not been kind to customers of Microsoft products. The company continues to introduce new problems as it plugs security holes and customers continue to be the test subjects for patches that appear to have gone through more stringent QA.
For those keeping tabs, the list of issues continues to grow. See: All the Problems KB4022719 Has Been Reported to Cause This Month
In an Outlook known issues document on the Office support site, Microsoft has stated that fixes are coming…
Until the Windows Update fix release on 6/27, you can…
So, it appears we can expect an attempt to fix the issues introduced this month. IT Pros can be thankful as it gives them enough time to deploy the fixes before taking off for July 4 festivities.
UPDATE: An anonymous source from Microsoft has clarified the upcoming updates. The June 27 date will supply some fixes, but other hotfixes will roll out as they are ready. One hotfix – for the IE11 printing issue – could be available as soon as today through Windows Update as KB4025252.
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