Windows Vista lets you to configure a schedule that tells your computer when to install new operating system updates. This is a handy feature for those of you who do not want updates installed when you are busy using your computer for other tasks. You can configure a schedule so that the updates are installed when your computer is not being used for anything too important.
The process of configuring a schedule is very straightforward. In Windows Vista, you can use the following steps:
- Click Start | Control Panel.
- Click System and Maintenance
- Under Windows Update, click Turn automatic updating on or off.
- Select the option to Install updates automatically (recommended).
- Select the day and the time when you want the updates installed using the drop down arrows.
- Click OK to save your changes.
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