Along with all the security and non-security updates, Microsoft has also released an update that focuses on solving any vulnerability for Adobe Flash Player.
The patch for Adobe Flash Player aims to deal with anything that would cause Adobe Flash Player to be vulnerable to hackers, as it is their favorite program that they target for cyber-attacks. In order to keep Adobe Flash Player safe from these vulnerabilities, both Microsoft and Adobe keep a close eye on this app and continue updating it.
The update can be available for any PC that has one of these Windows versions: Windows 10, Windows 10 Version 1511, Windows 10 Version 1607, Windows 10 Version 1703, Windows 8.1, Windows RT 8.1, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012 R2, and Windows Server 2012.
If you want to get the KB4038806 update you can check it in Windows Update to get it downloaded automatically. If you prefer a manual download, you can go to the official Microsoft Update Catalog.
Keeping Adobe Flash Player Away from Malware and Hackers Means Continuous Updates
And it also means that the updates can be good at what they focus on but can interfere with other software. There shouldn’t be any problem with this KB4038806 update, but there have been several reports stating various issues.
Some users have noticed that the update broke Adobe Flash Player and they had to uninstall the update in order to fix this problem.
Other users saw a sluggish PC after the update and a normal functioning PC after uninstalling the KB4038806 update.
There are users that experienced some HDD power issues, with some drives having powered down after the KB4038806 update was made.
More information on this update can be found on the Microsoft page: Knowledge Base and if you want to know more on the other updates that were available along with the KB4038806 update, you should check the official release notes from the official Microsoft webpage.