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If your computer has not received the security update, check the status at CVE-2017-5753, CVE-2017-5715, and CVE-2017-5754 (Meltdown and Spectre) Windows antivirus patch compatibility. In the event both "Sets registry key" and "Supported" are not both indicated with the letter "Y", Bleeping Computer has created a .reg file that can be used to create the registry. However, it should only be used if your antivirus vendor has indicated that a manual install is needed. For in-depth information, see the Bleeping Computer articles Microsoft Says No More Windows Security Updates Unless AVs Set a Registry Key and How to Check and Update Windows Systems for the Meltdown and Spectre CPU Flaws.
Further note that some AMD devices are getting into an unbootable state after installing the "Meltdown"/"Spectre" security update. As a result, Microsoft is temporarily pausing sending updates to devices with impacted AMD processors at this time. Further information is available at Windows Meltdown and Spectre patches: Now Microsoft blocks security updates for some AMD based PCs.
More: For more information about the updates released today, see https://portal.msrc....uidance/summary. Updates can be sorted by OS from the search box. Information about the update for Windows 10 is available at Windows 10 Update history.
Also see this month's Zero Day Initiative — The January 2018 Security Update Review by Dustin Childs in which he discusses several of the patches and lincludes a breakdown of the CVE's addressed in the update.