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Laptop taking a very long time to do updates

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    Laptop taking a very long time to do updates

    My laptop started installing updates when I powered down for four hours I have had this message on the screen - keep your PC plugged in until this is done. Installing update 17 of 24.....

    How long do I leave this or can I power off and try and restart?

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    Restart your computer and it will surely install the updates next time.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

Laptop taking a very long time to do updates
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