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Suspected bug: time of last update in Windows Update UI off by 1 h

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Old 10-30-2007
C.R. Hinners
 

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Suspected bug: time of last update in Windows Update UI off by 1 h
I installed an update tonight at 9:08 PM EDT. After restarting, I opened the
Windows Update UI (via Control Panel) to verify the installation. However,
the time shown next to "Updates were installed" was one hour before (8:08 PM)
the time at which I actually installed the update.

Just to do a sanity check, I clicked "View update history" and opened the
details for the update I installed: sure enough, it showed the correct time
of 9:08 PM.

It seems like the main UI is using EST instead of EDT. Can anyone reproduce
this?

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Old 10-30-2007
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Re: Suspected bug: time of last update in Windows Update UI off by 1 h
First off, where do you reside? Are you away from home now?

I wouldn't be in the least bit surprised if they neglected to install DST
Updates on the Windows Update servers! <eg>
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C.R. Hinners wrote:
> I installed an update tonight at 9:08 PM EDT. After restarting, I opened
> the
> Windows Update UI (via Control Panel) to verify the installation. However,
> the time shown next to "Updates were installed" was one hour before (8:08
> PM) the time at which I actually installed the update.
>
> Just to do a sanity check, I clicked "View update history" and opened the
> details for the update I installed: sure enough, it showed the correct
> time
> of 9:08 PM.
>
> It seems like the main UI is using EST instead of EDT. Can anyone
> reproduce
> this?


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