Microsoft’s recent push to improve the performance of its Office software is well-received.
However, the company’s latest software update, KB3190731, appears to have caused some issues for some users.
According to a Microsoft customer support post, users of Microsoft Exchange 2013 may be experiencing issues when attempting to access a website via the Windows 8.1 user interface, including a website that has been flagged as a “p2p” site.
Microsoft has issued a patch to address the issue, but some users are still experiencing issues with the update.
The Redmond, Washington-based company has released a statement on the issue: “On October 16, we released KB3190826 which addressed the issue.
As a result, Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 is now available for Exchange 2010, Exchange 2010 SP1, Exchange 2013, and Exchange 2013 SP1 users.
This update resolves the issue in Exchange Server 2010 SP2, Exchange Server 2012 SP1 and Exchange Server 2016 SP1.
We will continue to update Exchange Server to address this issue.”
The Windows 8 operating system is designed to support the use of third-party software to improve performance.
Exchange Server, which has been the focus of Microsoft’s efforts to improve its user experience, is no exception.
However, this particular patch does not address the problem for Exchange Server.
One of the major issues with Windows 8, and especially Exchange Server, is that it is a large application, requiring a lot of disk space and CPU resources to run.
In order to improve productivity and performance, Microsoft has put an emphasis on improving the performance and scalability of Exchange Server applications.
With the recent Windows 8 upgrade, however, Microsoft is now removing its focus on the performance side of things.
Users who are experiencing issues using Exchange Server and the Windows RT user interface will have to wait a few days for the update to roll out to the OS.
It is unknown whether this issue will affect any other Exchange Server versions or users.
Microsoft has also confirmed that it will continue its ongoing support for Exchange 2013 and Microsoft Office 365.
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