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billybob wrote:While I agree with you in the most part, updating software/apps can introduce more bugs than are solved. So unless updating is to cure a security issue, I tend to wait and see what others users report on the stability of the update before going ahead.Software that operates online absolutely must be kept current. Most updates include security patches and waiting for the opinions of other users before updating is a good way to open yourself up to problems. Especially considering that a lot of what gets spread around online about product updates is FUD.
billybob wrote:Did you bother to read what I said CAN introduce more bugs than are solved. So unless updating is to cure a security issue So In MY opinion it is NOT always a good idea to install the latest update. Have you never had a problem updating Windows?I realize that you are of that opinion. I was disagreeing with you.
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