Once more we have a monthly Windows/Office patch scorecard that needs a guidebook. Or two.
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Get the latest up-to-date information about problematic Windows and Office patches, and what you need to do (or avoid!) to keep everything running smoothly.
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We billion-plus customers would like the next head honcho in Redmond to address these dozen action items
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