Installing Windows Update
Windows Update is any software update provided by Microsoft. The update helps improve Microsoft Windows stability and overall security, it fixes any bugs, security vulnerabilities and other problems of the Windows Operating System.
It is highly recommended to keep your Windows Up to date.
Most, by default, Windows Update is set to automatic especially for Windows 10, however, if you are using older version of Windows or want to know more about the updates coming in or if you’re experiencing a specific problem you definitely need to know how to configure it.
For Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and 8.1
- Open the Control Panel.
- If using Small icons view, click on the Windows Update option. If using the Category view, click on the System and Security option, then click on the Windows Update option.
- Windows Update will check for any available updates for your computer. If any updates are found, you should be able to view the available updates. It is highly recommended that you first install all important updates and service packs that are available. In some cases, you may only be able to do a few important updates or service pack updates each time, if some updates are dependent on other updates being installed first.
Having challenges or difficulty following the procedures above? Or having issues with Windows Update itself? Feel free to contact our support team and will do our best to help you out.