Coming only four days after their previous maintenance updates, the Linux 4.10.10, Linux 4.9.22 LTS, and Linux 4.4.61 LTS kernels are here with a set of new improvements for users of Linux-based operating systems. Despite the short development time, it looks like Linux kernel 4.10.10 changes a total of 99 files, with 1208 insertions and 604 deletions and Linux kernel 4.9.22 LTS changes 134 files, with 1944 insertions and 784 deletions. Linux kernel 4.4.61 LTS is again a small patch changing only 28 files, with 344 insertions and 318 deletions. It only adds a few improvements to the MetaG, MIPS, Nios II, PowerPC, and s390 architectures, CIFS and sysfs filesystems, as well as updated GPU (vmwgfx) and iiO drivers. On the other hand, both Linux 4.10.10 and 4.9.22 LTS adds many MIPS, ARM64, ARM, PPC, s390, x86, and Nios II changes.