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If you have a newer version of Windows, all you have to do is go to Start Button->All programs->Windows Update. The procedure can be cumbersome. It will check whether this auto-update software itself is up to date; next, it wil ask you to authenticate your license, etc. etc. If you meet all requirements, you'll finally get to the Updates screen. However, you'll have to do this several times before you really are up to date, especially if you haven't done this in a while.
There are several updates available sometimes within the same day to address the profusion of new viruses/threats, and this quantity can also affected by whether or not you have installed other MS products, like Office, etc. Last, be prepared to reboot several times.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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