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Old 03-13-2010
MrsFrog
 

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Latest updates slowed down PC
I have had the same problem when updates KB975561, 973917, 979895,
905866, 978382, 890830 and 978380 were automatically installed. I use
Vista home Premium edition and had to reboot about 15 times before it
all went relatively normal. Rebooting in safe mode, non safe mode,
with disc scan or not just resulted in the same effect every time,
slow slow and dead slow. Seems to be ok at the moment, except that
I cannot open too many windows at once or it's the same problem all
over again.
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Old 03-13-2010
LD55ZRA
 

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Re: Latest updates slowed down PC
Mrs Frog,

You have to use a bit of common sense. Microsoft updates are never designed
to make your computer secure because if they were, then clearly in 10 years
during which we have had endless amounts of updates, critical updates,
upgrades, and service packs would have made our system completely full
proof. Instead, the systems are slower, crashing all the time and prone to
attacks by hackers and virus writers.

There is no need for any updates if you have installed Windows XP SP3 and
your firewall is configured so as not to allow any exceptions. Also, try
not using Internet Explorer for your casual web browsing like Google have
done and French and German governments have advised its citizens. This is
the only way to make your system secure.

Stop all updates from Windows Security Center.

hth

"MrsFrog" <nscullard@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:493c1651-29b2-447e-bde3-b0493cebff55@t23g2000yqt.googlegroups.com...
>I have had the same problem when updates KB975561, 973917, 979895,
> 905866, 978382, 890830 and 978380 were automatically installed. I use
> Vista home Premium edition and had to reboot about 15 times before it
> all went relatively normal. Rebooting in safe mode, non safe mode,
> with disc scan or not just resulted in the same effect every time,
> slow slow and dead slow. Seems to be ok at the moment, except that
> I cannot open too many windows at once or it's the same problem all
> over again.



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Old 03-13-2010
LD55ZRA
 

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Re: Latest updates slowed down PC

I should have emphasized that my advice applies to Windows XP SP3 only
because I skipped Vista generation and now I am on Win7 (for which I have no
comments thus far) because it was "forced" upon me by my University.


"LD55ZRA" <LD55ZRA@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:hngk06$btv$1@speranza.aioe.org...
> Mrs Frog,
>
> You have to use a bit of common sense. Microsoft updates are never
> designed to make your computer secure because if they were, then clearly
> in 10 years during which we have had endless amounts of updates, critical
> updates, upgrades, and service packs would have made our system completely
> full proof. Instead, the systems are slower, crashing all the time and
> prone to attacks by hackers and virus writers.
>
> There is no need for any updates if you have installed Windows XP SP3 and
> your firewall is configured so as not to allow any exceptions. Also, try
> not using Internet Explorer for your casual web browsing like Google have
> done and French and German governments have advised its citizens. This is
> the only way to make your system secure.
>
> Stop all updates from Windows Security Center.
>
> hth
>
> "MrsFrog" <nscullard@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:493c1651-29b2-447e-bde3-b0493cebff55@t23g2000yqt.googlegroups.com...
>>I have had the same problem when updates KB975561, 973917, 979895,
>> 905866, 978382, 890830 and 978380 were automatically installed. I use
>> Vista home Premium edition and had to reboot about 15 times before it
>> all went relatively normal. Rebooting in safe mode, non safe mode,
>> with disc scan or not just resulted in the same effect every time,
>> slow slow and dead slow. Seems to be ok at the moment, except that
>> I cannot open too many windows at once or it's the same problem all
>> over again.

>
>



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Old 03-13-2010
Peter Foldes
 

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Re: Latest updates slowed down PC
Maybe you also need to download a spiel chucker

full proof should have corrected with a spiel chucker to fool proof. Which
University are you attending?

--
Peter

Please Reply to Newsgroup for the benefit of others
Requests for assistance by email can not and will not be acknowledged.

"LD55ZRA" <LD55ZRA@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:hngk06$btv$1@speranza.aioe.org...
> Mrs Frog,
>
> You have to use a bit of common sense. Microsoft updates are never designed to
> make your computer secure because if they were, then clearly in 10 years during
> which we have had endless amounts of updates, critical updates, upgrades, and
> service packs would have made our system completely full proof. Instead, the
> systems are slower, crashing all the time and prone to attacks by hackers and
> virus writers.
>
> There is no need for any updates if you have installed Windows XP SP3 and your
> firewall is configured so as not to allow any exceptions. Also, try not using
> Internet Explorer for your casual web browsing like Google have done and French
> and German governments have advised its citizens. This is the only way to make
> your system secure.
>
> Stop all updates from Windows Security Center.
>
> hth
>
> "MrsFrog" <nscullard@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:493c1651-29b2-447e-bde3-b0493cebff55@t23g2000yqt.googlegroups.com...
>>I have had the same problem when updates KB975561, 973917, 979895,
>> 905866, 978382, 890830 and 978380 were automatically installed. I use
>> Vista home Premium edition and had to reboot about 15 times before it
>> all went relatively normal. Rebooting in safe mode, non safe mode,
>> with disc scan or not just resulted in the same effect every time,
>> slow slow and dead slow. Seems to be ok at the moment, except that
>> I cannot open too many windows at once or it's the same problem all
>> over again.

>
>


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Old 03-14-2010
MowGreen
 

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Re: Latest updates slowed down PC
"It" is attending Troll University for the clinically moronic.
"It" keeps changing it's user name but I keep up and continue to kill
file "It".
If you hadn't replied to "It", I would never have seen it's post, Peter.
Thanks for the laugh !


MowGreen
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Peter Foldes wrote:
> Maybe you also need to download a spiel chucker
>
> full proof should have corrected with a spiel chucker to fool proof.
> Which University are you attending?
>
> --
> Peter
>
> Please Reply to Newsgroup for the benefit of others
> Requests for assistance by email can not and will not be acknowledged.

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Old 03-15-2010
Ottmar Freudenberger
 

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Re: Latest updates slowed down PC
"LD55ZRA" <LD55ZRA@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb:

> You have to use a bit of common sense.


ACK - if only you would have stopped there, that might have been a posting
making sense.

> Microsoft updates are never designed
> to make your computer secure because if they were, then clearly in 10 years
> during which we have had endless amounts of updates, critical updates,
> upgrades, and service packs would have made our system completely full
> proof.


Oh my, that may be true in a world that doesn't develop. Since that's
not the case, your conclusion is at least "unrealistic".

> There is no need for any updates if you have installed Windows XP SP3 and
> your firewall is configured so as not to allow any exceptions.


That's plain nonsense and a dangerous "advise" and you already now that.

> Also, try
> not using Internet Explorer for your casual web browsing like Google have
> done and French and German governments have advised its citizens.


You're not up-to-date on that one too.

> Stop all updates from Windows Security Center.


Stop posting you're dangerous nonsense please.

Bye,
Freu"F'up2 set"di
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Old 03-15-2010
Ottmar Freudenberger
 

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Re: Latest updates slowed down PC
"LD55ZRA" <LD55ZRA@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb:

> You have to use a bit of common sense.


ACK - if only you would have stopped there, that might have been a posting
making sense.

> Microsoft updates are never designed
> to make your computer secure because if they were, then clearly in 10 years
> during which we have had endless amounts of updates, critical updates,
> upgrades, and service packs would have made our system completely full
> proof.


Oh my, that may be true in a world that doesn't develop. Since that's
not the case, your conclusion is at least "unrealistic".

> There is no need for any updates if you have installed Windows XP SP3 and
> your firewall is configured so as not to allow any exceptions.


That's plain nonsense and a dangerous "advise" and you already now that.

> Also, try
> not using Internet Explorer for your casual web browsing like Google have
> done and French and German governments have advised its citizens.


You're not up-to-date on that one too.

> Stop all updates from Windows Security Center.


Stop posting you're dangerous nonsense please.

Bye,
Freu"F'up2 set"di
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Old 03-15-2010
Ottmar Freudenberger
 

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Re: Latest updates slowed down PC
"LD55ZRA" <LD55ZRA@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb:

> You have to use a bit of common sense.


ACK - if only you would have stopped there, that might have been a posting
making sense.

> Microsoft updates are never designed
> to make your computer secure because if they were, then clearly in 10 years
> during which we have had endless amounts of updates, critical updates,
> upgrades, and service packs would have made our system completely full
> proof.


Oh my, that may be true in a world that doesn't develop. Since that's
not the case, your conclusion is at least "unrealistic".

> There is no need for any updates if you have installed Windows XP SP3 and
> your firewall is configured so as not to allow any exceptions.


That's plain nonsense and a dangerous "advise" and you already now that.

> Also, try
> not using Internet Explorer for your casual web browsing like Google have
> done and French and German governments have advised its citizens.


You're not up-to-date on that one too.

> Stop all updates from Windows Security Center.


Stop posting you're dangerous nonsense please.

Bye,
Freu"F'up2 set"di
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Old 03-15-2010
Ottmar Freudenberger
 

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Re: Latest updates slowed down PC
"MrsFrog" <nscullard@gmail.com> schrieb:

> I have had the same problem when updates KB975561, 973917, 979895,
> 905866, 978382, 890830 and 978380 were automatically installed.


And "the same problem" is/was?

> I use
> Vista home Premium edition and had to reboot about 15 times before it
> all went relatively normal. Rebooting in safe mode, non safe mode,
> with disc scan or not just resulted in the same effect every time,
> slow slow and dead slow.


Do you have any "Security" releated applications running in the background?
If true, which one(s)?

Bye,
Freudi
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Old 03-15-2010
Ottmar Freudenberger
 

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Re: Latest updates slowed down PC
"MrsFrog" <nscullard@gmail.com> schrieb:

> I have had the same problem when updates KB975561, 973917, 979895,
> 905866, 978382, 890830 and 978380 were automatically installed.


And "the same problem" is/was?

> I use
> Vista home Premium edition and had to reboot about 15 times before it
> all went relatively normal. Rebooting in safe mode, non safe mode,
> with disc scan or not just resulted in the same effect every time,
> slow slow and dead slow.


Do you have any "Security" releated applications running in the background?
If true, which one(s)?

Bye,
Freudi
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