Kb890830 updating over and over
It was also the month where Microsoft's blocking of updates on devices running 7th generation silicon on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 is up in full swing.
We talked about Microsoft's decision to block updates on Windows 7 or 8.1 machines with 7th generation Kaby Lake or Ryzen processors before.
I run here and see this update but by now Delivery Optimization is not using anything related to internet so I checked for recently installed updates on the updates history and KB890830 is there with today date! :info: Shawn has posted a formal announcement of this on this thread: Update: KB890830 update for Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool - May 2017 - Windows 10 Forums TC I just did a Check for Updates (WU) and got this. Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool for Windows 8, 8.1, 10 and Windows Server 2012, 2012 R2 x64 Edition - September 2015 (KB890830) is not downloading. Cumulative Updates for Win 10 Pro were downloaded... It ran for over two hours and during the run indicated there were 12 infected files.
This includes most devices available for purchase today by consumers or enterprises and includes generations of silicon such as AMD’s Carrizo and Intel’s Broadwell and Haswell silicon generations.
Microsoft's reasoning is that the latest hardware requires the latest version of Windows for support.
It should not come as a surprise that Microsoft recommends that users upgrade their PCs to Windows 10 for continued support of the new processor generation.
Posted in Auslogics, Windows 7, Windows Update, tagged Auslogics, Definition Set 1.83.1268.0, K982381, KB890830, KB915597, KB979482, KB979559, KB980195, KB980218, KB982926, Microsoft Silverlight, Windows Defender, Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool on June 8, 2010| 1 Comment » I still have Windows Update turned off after the debacles in December-February. I had been remiss about installing updates over the last week. But, today, I downloaded and installed a total of 15, yes fifteen updates … Since then I have run Auslogics Registry Cleaner (88 errors), Registry Defrag (and yes, it defragged … Posted in Windows 7, Windows Update, tagged Anura Guruge, KB890830, KB978542, Microsoft Security Bulletin, Outlook Express, Windows 7, Windows Live Mail, Windows Mail, Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool, Windows updates on May 14, 2010| 2 Comments » I saw KB978542 appear as an update on Tuesday, i.e., few days ago. That is the fourth (4th) KB915597 Windows Defender Updates this month; i.e., April 1, April 5, April 8 and April 14.
I knew there was a new Windows Defender, KB915597 update … with 5 of these being for Office 2007, one a cumulative security update for IE 8 (K982381), the Windows Defender Update, Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool (KB890830) and one for Microsoft Silverlight (KB982926). saying it could improve performance by 1.7%) and a Disk Optimize. Since I have Windows Updates TURNED OFF, I only see updates if I manually check for them — and knowing Microsoft’s schedule I usually check every Tuesday night and then again towards the end of the week. It isn’t the greatest but it plods along, and that is good enough. If you are not using any of the three mail packages, I suggest you skip this update too. You can see the list of threats addressed by this update and others at this Microsoft site … There seems to have been quite a few definition updates between 1.79.1432.0 and 1.79.1918.0 …