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A Patch Cake Walk

The last few Patch Tuesdays have been a bear for IT pros everywhere -- there were more patches than an old pair of Robert Plant jeans.

This month you can relax -- there are only three patches to worry about, and two are merely 'important.'

In a shocker, IE (which usually has more holes than a Dunkin Donuts display case) is getting no fixes.

The only critical fix is for Office and is related to service packs.

Posted by Doug Barney on 11/05/2010 at 1:18 PM


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