In the past few days, every time I turn around I get updates. Some are very extensive. These are coming from Microsoft Windows basically and HP Hewlett Packard, the manufacturer's of my new 2-3 month old computer.
I've gotten a few from others too.
When I log on I get updates. When I log off I get updates. At this moment I have a notice from HP that updates will start in 10 minutes.
Not that I'm complaining. I'm just wondering if other are experiencing the same. I had read that there was a big fix coming with 52 items.
Actually I logged on this AM at Mach speed. Fast, super fast. My computer has lots of zip.
HP here as well. All works fine.
The HP update is turned off because I install the drivers from their site periodically. I don't need some of the software they add pre-installed, so I cleaned some stuff out. Windows Update installed 43 updates yesterday but I don't know what you expect with a "big 52 fix item" maybe it already passed without big deal.
It's quite normal to get many updates, one day more than the other. Stuff gets fixed, I also got drivers more often, it means they work well at MS.
Computer Type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Envy DV6 7250 OS Windows 10 x64 CPU Intel i7-3630QM Motherboard HP, Intel HM77 Express Chipset Memory 16GB Graphics Card Intel HD4000 + Nvidia Geforce 630M Sound Card IDT HD Audio Monitor(s) Displays 15.6' built-in + Samsung S22D300 + 17.3' LG Phillips Screen Resolution multiple resolutions
Keyboard Backlit built-in + big one in USB Mouse SteelSeries Sensei PSU 120W adapter Case small Cooling laptop cooling pad Hard Drives Samsung SSD 250GB + Hitachi HDD 750GB Internet Speed slow and steady Browser Chromium, Pale Moon, Firefox Developer Edition Antivirus Windows Defender Other Info That's basically it.
Thanks for good tip on books, wetibbe. Have ordered Windows8 in Depth. Anything worth studying should be studied in depth. Just downwnloaded 241MB of updates, and quite a lot a week ago. I am used to large updates from Win7, and there are always big updates with a new install, Windows or Linux.