Shutdown Options After a Windows Update

Shutdown Options After a Windows Update



Shutdown Options Before Installation

After you install SP2, by default, updates are installed every time you shut down your computer.

When you click Shut Down, if the updates are downloaded and ready to install, a new option may appear. Depending on the Windows XP setting, you either get a Turn Off Computer screen or a Shut Down Windows screen.

Turn Off Computer

If the Turn off computer dialog box appears, it displays a new security shield icon that gives you the option to update and turn off your computer.

  • To install the updates and shut down the computer, click Turn Off.
    The downloaded updates install and your computer shuts down when it is complete.
  • To shut down the computer now and install the updates later, select Click here to turn off without installing updates.
    The computer shuts down without installing the updates at this time.
Note: It is best to install updates when you shut down your computer. However, the installation can take several minutes to complete, so the Click here to turn off without installing updates option allows you to shut down the system immediately.

Shut Down Windows

If the Shut Down Windows dialog box appears, it includes the default drop-down option to Install important updates and shut down.
  • To install the updates and shut down the computer, click OK.
    The downloaded updates install and your computer shuts down.
  • To shut down the computer now and install the updates later, click to select Shutdown from the drop-down menu.
    The computer shuts down without installing the updates at this time.

On the other hand, if you have configured Windows Update to Download but choose when to install, you will be prompted if you want to automatically install them on the next reboot.





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