I can understand where you are coming from Josef and could see how the
words 'have to' might seem demanding. As if you are being commanded to
do something by Microsoft.
Of course, the choice is always yours and you could switch to a
different anti-virus package/software if you feel the wording is too
I personally feel the wording is a necessity. I think that if it were
worded too softly, it would fail to get the urgency across to some
Sir, I don't mean to umm trouble you but if you have some free time,
anytime, not really necessary now, but you know just some like time in
the future. Even just a couple of minutes, there are some steps that if
its ok, could I please have you consider doing? pretty please? Thanks.
Your pal, windows live one care.
People would be like 'Yeah right, I'll put it off to 6 weeks from now.
Its optional. Not something I 'have' to do.' In the meantime, their
computer falls pray to the security issue live one care was suggesting
they do something about