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+ - Windows users put at risk by patching treadmill->

Submitted by daboochmeister
daboochmeister (914039) writes "The Register notes what many of us have pointed out for some time, that Windows users are left vulnerable simply because there's no effective, practical approach to ensuring that ALL of the software on a Windows PC is updated with security patches. If only there were a, umm, canonical approach to keeping all software updated, some of us would be apt to get excited!"
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Windows users put at risk by patching treadmill

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