Are you running the latest operating system on all your work and personal devices? It’s the mental question we ask ourselves every time an updated OS is released. OS creators build and launch new versions that are meant to be better than the previous one, right? Every reason there is one I know has passed through my mind at one point or another. Are these justified detractions from updating to the latest OS, or are these comfortable excuses? Instead, we could spend that time doing something useful. Looking at your regular usage of your devices at work and at home on a daily basis, would you say that there is no room for optimization?
There is always a nagging doubt, though, that my inaction isn’t the smartest choice after all. Why on Earth would we spend time and energy updating a machine’s OS when it’s still running fine? While your system might be ‘running fine’ – that’s not to say that the effort spent in updating it isn’t outweighed by all the hidden efforts we spend to maintain usage of our devices.
* They have in no way responded to the popup message related to the icon within the Task tray that broadcasts new Windows Updates.
* They have in no way clicked on the Windows Update icon in the Program Start menu.
* Deciphering the Update descriptions (and commands).
This wiki How teaches you how to manually update an Android phone or tablet operating system.
While your Android will typically update automatically, you can speed up the update process by manually updating as soon as you know an update is available.
Thankfully, modern OS’s have made this practice a thing of the past – with quick bars and keyboard shortcuts.
So, can we say that we’re not currently wasting effort? Cleaning up things like computer viruses can really ruin your day.
From “lack of know-how is bliss” to “wonder attack and disaster” – how many heaps of Internet users have experienced this frustration and grief?