Windows users all know how important critical updates are to a system. Windows Update down loads and installs updates automatically by default, guaranteeing your computer acquires all the newest important updates. The tool runs at a scheduled time daily, although you can change the setting to check once a week (which isn't recommended). Windows Update's default setting is to install important (critical and highest-priority) updates first, and then recommended updates. The tool lets you choose whether to install other updates that pertain to your computer but are optional, such as a driver update for your network adapter.
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The Windows Update technology is robust. Among other things, system administrators can use it to control updating many machines across a network.
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