Automatic updating security computer windows

13-Dec-2019 08:49

I did the repair (not from Program install/change but using original install file.

Once Repair was complete, I powered up guest system. I did the same procedure for all 4 of my guest system and restored by internet in them.

After couple of minutes I got 'Set network connection' pop-up without clicking on anything, I selected Home network, it asked me what I would want to share - I checked/selected everything, It than came back with a password for the homegroup which I saved, in case i need it. BTW, I already had VMWARE bridge protocol on my Host's network adapter and my guest os had it on automatic - So I did not tweak anything there, but it did not fix my internet issue.

So I followed the repair route as somebody had sugested here This answer looked like it provided the simplest solution, so I tried this one first.

It was an automatic and forced upgrade to Windows 8.1.

They didn't realize that their computer is being upgraded to Windows 8.1 and once the process finished, they were having Windows 8.1 operating system in their computer which they never wanted to install.

Until the update is completed, this process will remind you that a newer secure version is available for your system.

On the second Tuesday of each month Microsoft releases their software updates and patches for Windows, which are usually numerous, and most computers receive these updates automatically if Windows Update is turned on.

If you were in the middle of some work and happened to be away from the computer for a while, then you could end up losing some of your work because of the auto-restart.

I definitely think that the default settings are good for most users since the updates are usually security related and should be installed ASAP in order to avoid malware, spyware or hacking attempts.

Yesterday, I updated my computer from Windows 8 to 8.1.

I have VMWare Workstation 10 running Windows XP on this computer and prior to the update I had no issues connecting to my network.

On the second Tuesday of each month Microsoft releases their software updates and patches for Windows, which are usually numerous, and most computers receive these updates automatically if Windows Update is turned on.

If you were in the middle of some work and happened to be away from the computer for a while, then you could end up losing some of your work because of the auto-restart.

I definitely think that the default settings are good for most users since the updates are usually security related and should be installed ASAP in order to avoid malware, spyware or hacking attempts.

Yesterday, I updated my computer from Windows 8 to 8.1.

I have VMWare Workstation 10 running Windows XP on this computer and prior to the update I had no issues connecting to my network.

You might notice your computer slow down while these updates are installed in the background.