Written: October 11, 2012
Keeping our Windows 7 computers secure is a never-ending process that we have become accustomed to through automatic, online updates. Last night I happened to restart the Windows 7 virtual machine on my MacBook Pro and noticed that 17 updates were ready:
This morning I was curious and wanted to see what these updates were:
The latest October updates were mostly security, and bug fixes. Earlier in October there were also plenty of updates for Microsoft Security Essentials.
My advise is to keep the auto-updates turned on with your Windows 7 computers, grab a cup of coffee or tea, and maybe read a few more pages of a book while updating and restarting your computer. It’s a small price to pay for the security and bug fixes offered.
Tags: Windows 7