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Turn Automatic Update off, temporarily, in anticipation of another round of pernicious patches

Microsoft has given us two messed-up patching months back to back, with January leaving blue screens and pandemonium in its wake, and February hitting the latest version of Windows 10 particularly hard. For those of you with some experience in the patching game, it’s more of the same-old same-old.

Patch Tuesday arrives tomorrow. Now would be a very good time to double-check and make sure your machine is protected from the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.

At least, as protected as you can make it.

When the coast is clear, we’ll spread the word from the treetops.

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