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Seeing as there is no longer any support for Windows Xp,  should Windows Security Updates be clicked on or off.


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Probably doesn't really matter, however it might run a tad faster if it's not having to check for updates.


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At start-up I keep getting a bubble advising me that Microsoft Updates are turned off.


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Go into Security Center and turn off notification for Automatic Updates.

 

Start, All Programs, Accessories, Security Center.


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