Automatic updating windows vista

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Your typical home or office computer user can lead a long and happy life without ever wading into the Group Policy Editor (nor, under 99.9% of circumstances should they ever need to).Don’t worry though, as foreign as mucking about in the Group Policy Editor is to most folks, we made the trek for you and have outlined everything you need to do in order to fix the update process.Please read over the rest of this tutorial to get a sense of what exactly you’re editing, but then refer to the Google help file Google Update for Enterprise with a focus on the Registry Settings section (which highlights all the registry keys you’ll need to manually edit to achieve what we’re doing here with the Group Policy Template).Before we continue, make sure you have administrative access to the computer you wish to alter the Google Chrome update policy on as you will not be able to change the policy without admin access.

Therefore, if one or more of the deadline updates requires a reboot, Windows Update presents the same dialog box to you with the same options and conditions.

Use the Group Policy Editor to set the update policy override for the Google Chrome Binaries application and try again; see J9g V for details.

Windows savvy user or a system administrator, that’s a huge request to make of you.

However, if a deadline update requires a reboot, then the reboot cannot be postponed – the Postpone button in the dialog will be disabled.

By default, Google Chrome automatically updates itself to make sure you’re running the safest and best optimized version of Chrome.

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