Microsoft logos and software updates are still available for purchase for all Windows 10 users, the company said Wednesday.
But it said it will be temporarily removing them for all users until a fix is available.
That means that customers who purchased Windows 10 Insider Preview and who have not received an update will need to wait until the company’s next major security update to upgrade.
Microsoft said it expects to release a new major security fix for Windows 10, which is scheduled for September.
It’s the first major update since Windows 10 was released in June 2017.
Microsoft will be updating some of its Windows 10 software to include new features and improve stability.
Microsoft also said it is upgrading the Windows 10 Creators Update, the update for users running Windows 10 on machines that were upgraded from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1.
Microsoft is also working on a new update for PCs and tablets running Windows 8, 8.x, and 10.
The company said it was also working with other companies to improve the security of Windows 10.
Microsoft updated its software with fixes for several issues in the past week.
In a blog post on Wednesday, Microsoft said that some of the fixes included fixing an issue that prevented the new Windows 10 Anniversary Update from downloading properly, improving a problem that caused some users to experience performance issues, and updating the Windows Defender service so it would automatically detect new malware threats.
Microsoft did not provide a list of the issues addressed in the updates.
It said it’s also working to address a new vulnerability in Windows Defender that would allow an attacker to remotely execute malicious code in the background.
The Microsoft Blog post said the company was also improving security across the Microsoft Store and other areas of the Microsoft ecosystem.
Microsoft has already released security fixes for the security hole, but that did not fix the issue that caused the Windows 7 and 8.5 Anniversary Update to download, which was not fixed by the Microsoft Update tool.
The issue is known as “Windows Defender: Remote Code Execution” and was found in some versions of Windows 7.