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I\u0027m wondering if other people are experiencing the same thing. It just wants to update it's virus signature database. But ALWAYS, ALWAYS check to see whose - and what - updates are being presented to me to be download to my computer, rather than letting them "automatically" install themselves...!!!I scan my computer regularly with Avast \u0022free\u0022 which seems to be doing a good job for about the last 5 years. The one exception to that rule is that my own, personal, anti-virus/anti-malware program, (Avast Free), which does it's virus signature file updates automatically.Thus, I would turn on the "automatic" function first and turn it off when I was done, using MS-Explorer to make Microsoft happy about "giving" me their updates..! If you delete any updates or reinstall XP or simply run the System File Checker (SFC), Windows Update will attempt to replace the updates that you undid by the above and put them back in.In addition, updates for non-XP (OS) software will still come out since these are not directly related to XP, itself.I used to have Microsoft Windows XP 64bit (don't ask me the number!
I don\u0027t allow them to install because I think someone has highjacked the Windows installation site and might be installing malware or a virus on my computer. I, too, still use XP (Pro), and I've noticed that when I do get a Microsoft 'update' notice, now-a-days, it's usually to do an update for MS-Defender, (I think they call it or used to call it..), which is Microsoft anti-virus/anti-malware's program.They get enough bad press when they're trying to do good, they don't need to intentionally push false updates to a system.I manage a lot of computers that run Yosemite, Linux, Win XP, Win 7, and Win 8 and I've never experienced an update that was intended for a different operating system than the computer was running. link leads you to the Malicious Software Removal Tool page with the below (*) paragraph being the third paragraph below the blue "Skip the details and download the tool" button.There is a setting in your Control Panel, under Automatic Updates, where you can select that option rather than the "automatic" option.However, I did note that when I use that option, (to manually update from Microsoft's Update website), that if I didn't turn the "automatic" function "on" - plus use Microsoft's Explorer browser - it' wouldn't let download any available or optional "updates"..!
Even if they were, Microsoft doesn't release updates that "have not really been tested". The operating systems are too different to be able to support this.