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Microsoft doesn’t recommend disabling automatic update, but the company has no solution for users who can’t spare the bandwidth to download the OS, but don’t want the update.Microsoft has stressed that end users who begin the upgrade process will still have the option to say “No” before the upgrade begins, but I’m dubious of this for several reasons.Service to link printers to the cloud; Driver to add Google Cloud Print to your default printer list.Although setting up Google Cloud Print Service isn’t a huge pain, it’s pretty non-intuitive for a Google product.Interesting tidbit: despite stating otherwise, security bulletins were released.The guide lists all updates the company released, sorted in the categories security updates, security advisories and updates, and non-security updates.It begins with a summary at the top that highlights important facts about the February 2017 patch day.What follows is a listing of all Windows client and server editions and how they are affected.
By default, Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 shipped with updates enabled and a second box — “Give me Recommended updates the same way I receive important updates” checked as well.
In addition to all the benefits you get from Cloud Printing (which we delve deeper into here), thanks to the new releases from Google you now have two awesome ways to access Cloud Print.
First, Google Cloud Print Driver adds in print-anywhere functionality to Windows without 1) having to print from Chrome or 2) relying on a third party helper app.
The updates link to the relevant pages on Microsoft's Knowledgebase and elsewhere to provide you with resources to investigate further.
We are posting direct downloads to the cumulative updates for Windows 7, 8.1 and 10, and list resources afterwards that help you find out more about these updates.