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Windows Update is without doubt the primary source for updates since Windows is configured to check and download updates automatically by default.
Did this solve your problem?Thanks for the info, Joe!Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 is not compatible with your system.Yes, thanks for saving me from a sleepless night. .Learn more, in reply to deleted message, thanks for the links.Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and even Microsoft Edge cannot be used to use the service.Thanks for your feedback.You are crafts 2000 coupon online running Windows XP 32-bit.It is unclear if the change affects only Security Bulletins, or if non-security updates are affected by the change as well.Although Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 will not run on your system, you can download Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 for other operating systems.See: May 4, 2018: I won't participate anymore.How satisfied are you with this response?According to the post on the msrc blog, security bulletins will point to the Microsoft Update Catalog when updates are not listed on the company's Download Center website.Windows 7 and.x users for instance who don't want to upgrade to Windows 10 need to make sure that "get Windows 10" updates are not installed on their systems as the upgrade to Windows 10 may happen automatically afterwards.This can be something as simple as a driver update that is delivered through Windows Update, the removal of installed programs, or critical errors that block the operating system from booting.Joe 3 people were helped by this reply.
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Julia, Microsoft fixed the problem as of this post.
Security bulletins will continue to link directly to the updates, but will now point to the packages on the Microsoft Update Catalog for updates not available on the Microsoft Download Center.
It is unclear if third-party update downloaders will find a way to cope with the situation to provide users with all updates.