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Install updates for Windows and Linux operating systems

A software update, also known as a ‘Patch’ or a ‘Service Pack’, is a piece of software released by software vendors, mainly to address security vulnerabilities in their existing products. Software updates occasionally contain bug fixes and product enhancement. These updates are installed over the current installation and do not require uninstallation or re-installation of the software in question. In simple words, when you need to update a program, you don’t need to do anything other than let the updater do its thing.
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A software update may contain

    • Security Vulnerability Fixes
      More than 90% of software and operating system (OS) updates are to patch security vulnerabilities in programs. A software program with a security hole in it can allow very bad things to happen to the computer. Exploiting security vulnerabilities in programs to deliver malware is a common method employed by cybercriminals.
      • Bug Fixes and Product Enhancements
        Though most software updates are developed mainly to address security holes in programs, you may come across software updates with bug fixes and product enhancements to improve program’s performance.