I have a question for our experts, I have notice that when installing updates on a new Windows 7 install (on XP rarely happens) there is always at least 25 to 50% that usually failed to install on first try and will usually take 2 to 3 try to install them all.
At my house I have unlimited internet capacity per month so not a problem for me personally but a lot of my clients have limited monthly usage and some have complained that it uses too much of their limit.
Is there a way to avoid that as much as possible or even better not at all. Why doesn't windows keep the failed installs but downloaded updates on the computer until they are successfully installed and not have to download them again and again.
Since updates are an obligation (for most) and not just a choice of downloads maybe they should not count with our internet providers monthly internet usage. i know that is a dream but who knows, it would be fair to not count updates in our monthly usage.
Thanks for reading and any reply would be appreciated.