Isn't that a default expected behavior of any wise user of Windows?!John Flyer wrote:AVOID IE10 WHEN YOU UPDATE YOUR WINDOWS 7!!
Evzen wrote:Oh, and why would anyone let Windows install updates automatically anyway?
I always let Windows only notify me about updates, but it is always ME who decides what and when will be installed!
Evzen wrote:Isn't that a default expected behavior of any wise user of Windows?!
Why would anyone WANT to update to IE10? What really useful would it bring me?
IE10 is around for several months already, you really didn't know about it until now? What planet did you come from? (just kidding )John Flyer wrote:So, I accepted the OFFER to update IE; nobody forced me. I am unable to judge in advance whether IE10 would bring me something useful. I am not visionary …
John Flyer wrote:The theme of this topic is: IE10 runs in a mixed 32/64 bit mode. Be careful when you run Windows Update. Sticky Password will eventually stop to work.
Evzen wrote:This statement is incorrect. Sticky Password will NOT stop working.
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