Microsoft urging customers to update Windows 10

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UNITED STATES (WSYR-TV) — A security threat has hit the world’s most popular desktop operating system.

Microsoft is warning that Windows 10 users need to update their operating systems immediately.

The tech company says two critical vulnerabilities have been discovered. The issues make the system vulnerable to nasty worms, viruses and malware.

The company says a fix is already available for download.

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