Auto Defender Updates without other Windows Updates?


H

Howard

I do not like having Windows Auto-Update on because it frequently wants to
install things that I just do not want on my computer.

Defender wants to update my machine every friggin day, and it is a pain in
the butt.

Is there a way to leave Defender auto-updates turned on while setting other
Windows updates to ask me first?
 
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H

Howard

Engel said:
Hello Howard,

What operating system and seÑvice pack are you currently using?

Could you supply some information on what your, firewall is, the name of the
installed antivirus|security suite software, other Real Time Protection
programs, etc?

<http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555375>
I would have provided that info if I thought it was relevant to the
question. The question was only if there is a way to turn Defender updates
on while keeping all other Window updates off.

I am on XP (SP2), no software firewall (other than the router), no
anti-virus or security suite software, no other real-time protection.
 
H

Howard

Engel said:
Hello Howard,

What operating system and seÑvice pack are you currently using?

Could you supply some information on what your, firewall is, the name of the
installed antivirus|security suite software, other Real Time Protection
programs, etc?

<http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555375>
I would have provided that info if I thought it was relevant to the
question. The question was only if there is a way to turn Defender updates
on while keeping all other Window updates off.

I am on XP (SP2), no software firewall (other than the router), no
anti-virus or security suite software, no other real-time protection.
 
K

Kayman

I would have provided that info if I thought it was relevant to the
question.
This was a legitimate inquiry; Your (thoughtless) smart-arse comment won't
get you anywhere.
The question was only if there is a way to turn Defender updates
on while keeping all other Window updates off.
Google can be your friend.
I am on XP (SP2), no software firewall (other than the router), no
anti-virus or security suite software, no other real-time protection.
Uninstall WinDef as well and be done with it!
 
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