Articles tagged: automatic update
We need updates, yet they can cause problems. How aggressively should you update your Windows 10 machine?
Security threats for people working from home are increasing. I’ll review steps you need to take to keep yourself, your company, and your job safe.
Unless you have a specific reason not to, the best approach to taking updates is to take them all. I’ll review why, and how to protect yourself in case something goes wrong.
Unless you’re willing to pay a lot of attention on a very regular basis, automatic updates are an important part of keeping your machine safe.
It all really boils down to how updates are applied. Some you can delete, others you should not. I’ll review the different types.
It’s important to keep software up to date, and there are several ways to do it. But when it comes to drivers… be careful!
Internet Explorer has become a better browser over time and updating regularly is just a good idea. Especially when it comes to IE 11.
Be careful what you disable from starting up with your computer. You might end up with unexpected results.
Even if you don’t use all the software on your computer, malware might! So it’s best to always accept updates when they are offered.
InstallShield is a component to help keep your computer up to date. We’ll walk through how it ended up on your computer and how you can manage it.
In my opinion, background updates are awesome. I love that Chrome is always up to date without my ever even having to think about it. Let’s look at why.
Malicious Software Removal Tool is something that’s downloaded and run by automatic updates, regardless of the anti-malware tools that you may already use, to provide a base level protection to the operating system.
Windows Update is a silent and key workhorse in keeping your machine safe and secure from the latest threats and bugs. It’s a good idea to check in on Windows Update once in a while to make sure things are as they should be, and operating according to your wishes.