Windows time not updating xp
The problem is my registry doesn't have a (Windows Update\AU) How can I fix that. williamp, i am using windows xpsp3 and i don't have the regkey that you mentioned on my computer.. go into windows "services" and make sure that the "automatic updates" service and the "background intelligent transfer service" are enabled..
both of those "services" have to be enabled in order for windows automatic updates to work, and for being able to use the "microsoft update" website to install windows updates.. now that i see that you are installing "win xpsp3" on the computer, i assume that you will have to install a lot of additional windows updates, after that.. I now have SP3 but it still won't scan for updates on Windows Update site. How do I enable the background intelligent transfer service?
Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP in April 2014, but the software giant is now taking the unprecedented move of including it in the company’s Patch Tuesday round of security updates today.
“In reviewing the updates for this month, some vulnerabilities were identified that pose elevated risk of cyberattacks by government organizations, sometimes referred to as nation-state actors, or other copycat organizations,” says Adrienne Hall, general manager of crisis management at Microsoft.
Assuming you're not using a tablet, it includes the ability to basically turn off Windows 8's tile-based "Metro" interface entirely and stick with the traditional desktop you're familiar with.
If your existing computer can support Windows 8.1, you can upgrade for 9.The patches will be made available on Microsoft’s Download Center or Windows Update.Microsoft says this move to release security updates for platforms not in extended support “should not be viewed as a departure from our standard servicing policies,” and that this is an exception based on intelligence that led it to believe government organizations may use these new vulnerabilities to attack Windows systems.Your web browser is often the place where most users wind up getting infected with a virus or malware.The latest version of Internet Explorer isn't even available on Windows XP.