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Installing updates on Windows has always been a pain. Not only does Microsoft seem hellbent on forcing users to update their machines whether they want to or not - including in prior versions of Windows 10 a nightmare "feature" that forcibly seized control of users' systems to start the installation process - the process is infamously slow.

The combination of these factors can make updating a Windows machine feel less like a minor but necessary inconvenience than a suddenly imposed tug-of-war for control of a computer. Fortunately, Microsoft is now mulling ways to make the process less painful.


Almost a month after Microsoft released its fixed for KRACK in October, Apple has released updates for all four of their operating systems. And while it’s new emojis and other window dressing that you’ll notice up front, a fix fit the KRACK vulnerability is a big ticket item.