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Member 1st Sep, 2010 18:24
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Hello.

Last week I did a complete restore on my computer. Someone updated the drivers and everything for me. Now I have to re-install all of the stuff I've put on my computer over the years so it will take me awhile.

Before the restore I was 100% up to date according to Secunia. Now two browsers are insecure (again!) and 6 other programs are insecure.

My question is this: When I try to update a Microsoft program, Outlook Express for example, Secunia takes me to an IE page and I have to sit there while it runs a check for Microsoft updates.

Not only has Microsoft been updating since I turned the computer back on, I also have Automatic Updates turned on, so I am wondering why MORE updating for Microsoft is necessary. I am really tired of watching those green slots zipping across the screen. and I have a lot of re-installing to do. There must be an easier way.

Thank you.

jitterbug


Anthony Wells RE: Microsoft Updates
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Member 2nd Sep, 2010 01:36
Hello.

Thank you so much Anthony. I will check Belarc Advisor. I feel better already.

Best, jitterbug
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