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The second Tuesday of every month is an important day in the tech world.
Either way, if you want to keep your computer safe and get the latest features - which you do - it's important to install the updates as soon as they come out.
Fortunately, you don't have to mark your calendar; you can set the updates to install automatically.
So, while it can be annoying to restart your computer in the middle of working on something, it pays to update as soon as you come to a reasonable stopping point.
Or just leave your computer on and let it install the updates overnight.
The security updates usually include fixes for serious security problems that hackers will take advantage of if you leave them unpatched.
Program updates can be any new features that Microsoft wants to add to Windows.Security firm OPSWAT ran a survey and found that 89 percent of Windows users have automatic updates turned on, but only 33 percent of those users have an up-to-date operating system in the days following an Update Tuesday. Well, most people are busy using their computer and tell Windows to wait to install the update.Windows will let you do that for three days before forcing you to update.Other tech companies, like Adobe, often release updates that day as well.Microsoft used to call the day Patch Tuesday but it switched the name to Update Tuesday when it started including program updates along with security updates.If you're using a touchscreen, swipe from the right of the screen and tap Settings Control Panel.