WordPress 3.4.1 Released

June 27th, 2012
WordPress, WordPress News

WordPress 3.4.1 has been released. Besides fixing a few security issues, this release fixes 18 other bugs, including issues with page template detection, category permalinks, and compatibility with certain server setups.

At the time of the announcement, WordPress 3.4 had been downloaded 3 million times since its release two weeks ago! It’s a startling achievement, and as many folks often wait for the first point release, that is sure to continue growing now that 3.4.1 is out.

This is a security release, so it is recommended for all users. If you run into trouble with WordPress 3.4.1, stop by the master list of known issues and post to the support forums if your problem isn’t covered there.




  1. Tyron (1 comments.) says:

    Already saw the update in my dashboard and updated my blog without any hassle.. :)

  2. Ismail N (1 comments.) says:

    just updated my WP.

  3. NgPillai (1 comments.) says:

    Seriously love the way the new updates look within the dashboard and easier to work on with!!

  4. Pandu Giandisal (1 comments.) says:

    There was no trouble during the update, but I see there’s a gaffe: (after update

  5. Hesham (1 comments.) says:

    To me, the 3.4 was one of the most exciting updates that WordPress brought to us!

  6. Brad Dudley (1 comments.) says:

    Already updated. It was quick and worked great. Thanks WordPress for the security fix.

  7. KlikB (1 comments.) says:

    Good stuff! Already update my blogs to 3.4.1

  8. Charles Moore (1 comments.) says:

    I just updated to 3.4.1 and didn’t have any issues. I usually always search for potential problems before I do, but being a security fix I was eager to upgrade.

  9. Kathryn (1 comments.) says:

    This update came very quick, but everything now works fine!

  10. craig (2 comments.) says:

    The update was super fast and no issues as of yet for me

  11. Prabha (1 comments.) says:

    If try to update my WP blog for 3.4.1 it shows some syntax errors on my dashboard… even not able to re-install the current version.
    Its sucks.

  12. Ashley Morrison (1 comments.) says:

    Just updated all ok so far but won’t know for sure until I have used it for a while.

  13. Steven says:

    Updated site and it seems stable… hoping for a few weeks without another update.

  14. Henry (2 comments.) says:

    Just wait for a couple days for updating to make sure that it is stable.

  15. Jeff Daize (1 comments.) says:

    Have had the issue of each time I update it is replacing a custom graphics for the login wp-admin/wp-login screen. Oh well. Minor compared to WP 3.4.1 benefits.

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