Microsoft Issues an Update to Windows Update!

No kidding... wonder how I am going to update Windows Update if MS is makeing changes to Windows Update?

So weird... I need a drink.

Microsoft this week issued an update to its Windows Update/Microsoft Update client that aims to strengthen security for certain Windows users.

This update is specifically for users of Windows 8, Windows RT, Windows Server 2012, Windows 7 Service Pack 1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. When installed, the update will establish a more secure connection between the client and the Windows Update/Microsoft update service, according to Microsoft's announcement. In addition, it will harden "the infrastructure" used by the client.

The update will install automatically for those individuals or organizations that have their Windows Update/Microsoft Update client set for automatic installations. It's not clear when the update will arrive. Microsoft suggested it will roll out gradually.

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