Selecting Auto Update Option on Windows 7 System
How to select the option offered by Microsoft to auto update your Windows 7 system?
If you bought a new computer and doing the initial set up process of installing Windows 7 Home Premium system yourself,
you should select the "Use recommended settings" option
when the "Set Up Windows" wizard prompts you for the Windows system
auto update option:
The "Set Up Windows" wizard will display the auto update option as:
Help protect your computer and improve Windows automatically - Use recommended settings: Install important and recommended updates, help make Internet browsing safer, check online for solutions to problems, and help Microsoft improve Windows. - Install important updates only Only install security updates and other important updates for Windows. - Ask me later Until you decide, your computer might be vulnerable to security threats. Learn more about each option. When you use recommended settings or install updates only, some information is sent to Microsoft. The information is not used to identify you or contact you. To turn off these settings later, search for 'Turn off recommended setting' in Help and Support. Read the privacy statement.
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