Microsoft officially releases the Windows 11 22000.434 (KB5009566) cumulative update

Microsoft has officially released the first incremental upgrade after the holiday break. Every second Tuesday of the month, the supported Microsoft products receive the latest security patch upgrade. The Windows 11 Tuesday Patch has arrived and Microsoft has officially confirmed this rollout. This new update is a Tuesday patch that comes with the build number 22000.434 (KB5009566).

Changelog of the Windows 11 22000.434 (KB5009566) update

The latest Windows 11 update comes with the updated security patch alongside several improvements and fixes. In addition to that, the update will also bring in improvements to the known IME issues. In case your device is running on Windows 11 21H2 update, you’ll be able to update your device to the latest Windows 11 KB5009566 build number.

The update will come with a fix for the issue affecting Japanese Input Method Editors (IME). The text that you are entering could sometimes appear out of order or in some instances, the text cursor may unexpectedly move in apps that make use of the multibyte character set (MBCS). Meanwhile, it’ll also update the security for the Windows OS.

How to download and install the new Windows 11 22000.434 (KB5009566) update?

Microsoft officially releases the Windows 11 22000.434 (KB5009566) cumulative update

As for the Windows 11 22000.434 (KB5009566) cumulative update, this new build will knock up the compatible PCs with the aforementioned fixes, improvements, and enhancements while also updating to the latest security patch. The new build will be available for manually sideloading or you can also download the latest patch.

The new Windows 11 22000.434 (KB5009566) cumulative update is already available for several users. With the build rolling over the air, you can easily download it start using it. You can simply head over to the Settings app, then move to the Windows Update, and easily Update your device to the latest Cumulative Update.

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