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Windows 11 KB5009566 (Build 22000.434) available for download, Get it now

With Windows 11 update KB5009566 Microsoft fixes Japanese Input Method Editors (IME) issues. Here is the offline installer Download link & Changelog.

Today 11 January 2022, and Microsoft has released a new update KB5009566 for its latest Windows 11 operating system. This is part of the January 2022 patch Tuesday update
that brings Windows 11 to OS Build 22000.434 that includes various bug fixes and general quality improvements. The company has also published direct download links for Windows 11 KB5009566 offline installers.

Windows 11 is a free upgrade for eligible Windows 10 users and official Windows 11 ISO images are available for download you can get it from here. If you are still on Windows 10 and excited to upgrade your computer check if your PC is eligible for Windows 11 free upgrade.

Download Windows 11 KB5009566

This is (Windows 11 KB5009566) a mandatory update download and install automatically devices running windows 11 version 21H2 and connected to Microsoft server via the internet.

Also, you can manually download Windows 11 KB5009566 following the steps below.

  • Press Windows key + X then select settings.
  • Click on Windows update then look if 2022-01 cumulative update for Windows 11 KB5009566 is available for download.
  • Click on the download link to begin the process, Once done reboot your computer to apply the changes.

windows 11 KB5009566

Windows 11 KB5009566 (Build 22000.434) offline installer Direct Download Link.

What’s new Windows 11 KB5009566

Today’s update is mostly about security fixes and improvements because the company skipped Dec 2021 optional update due to Christmas and new year holidays.

Latest Windows 11 KB5009566 patches 66 vulnerabilities, four of which are critical. The only quality improvement in today’s cumulative update addresses an issue with Japanese Input Method Editors (IME).

When you use a Japanese IME to enter text, the text might appear out of order or the text cursor might move unexpectedly in apps that use the multibyte character set (MBCS).

The latest security patch introduces a new emoji experience with Fluent-style and modern-looking design, Its exclusive to Windows 11 computers only. In addition to design refresh new emoji of “Clippy” an iconic assistant of Microsoft Office and replaces the traditional paperclip emoji.

Aside from this, there’s also a servicing stack update that’s meant to improve the update experience and make sure servicing updates like this one can continue to be delivered as usual.

Updates security for your Windows operating system.

For more information about the resolved security vulnerabilities, please refer to the Security Update Guide website and the January 2022 Security Updates.

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