Microsoft Plans Five 'Critical' Security Updates For Windows, Explorer

Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) said Thursday that it plans to release eight software updates for the Windows operating system and Internet Explorer Web browser to patch security holes, five of which the company described as "critical."

Microsoft said it plans to release the updates on April 8. PC users can determine if they need the updates by accessing the company's online Baseline Security Analyzer, Microsoft said.

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