A week after its traditional Update Tuesday, Microsoft has released a long list of new updates for its operating systems and programs. The updates don't deal with security issues, but you should still download them to fix stability problems and other bugs.
The updates include fixes for multiple Windows operating systems, including Vista, 7 and 8.1. However, the majority of updates deal with Windows 8.1, Windows RT 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2.
The majority of patches appear to fix smaller issues in the operating system.
To find these non-security updates, click the Windows logo button on your keyboard and type in "Windows Update." Then, select "Windows Update" from the Settings list.
Next, you can click the "check for updates" link on the left side of the Windows Update window to instruct your computer to manually search for these updates. When the search is complete, click on the optional updates link to view the updates available for your operating system.
To get the updates, click the checkmark next to each update you wish to install. Click the "Install" button to finish the process.