|Important Update for Windows Vista (KB955020) 56.3 MB
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Author: Vista User Date: Jul 9, 2008 18:19
I was forced to wait for a 56.3 MB "Important" Update to be downloaded from
Windows Update before I could use my own computer.
If I set Windows Update to allow me to review "high-priority updates" before
downloading, then Windows Live OneCare shows my computer to be "At Risk,"
turns the Windows Live OneCare icon to bright red, and prompts me that my
computer "May be at risk from Internet threats." And if I do set Windows
Update to automatically download and install "important" updates, I am
forced to wait until a 56.3 MB "Important" update such as KB955020 (which
adds the following five words to the English dictionary for Microsoft
Office, which I do not and will not use) before I am able to simply start
and use my own computer.
Can anyone explain to me why this 56.3 MB download from Windows Update is
considered important enough to deny me the use of my own computer until it
In Windows Vista and in Windows Server 2008, when you check the spelling of
English language text in an application that uses the English dictionary,
all the following words cannot be recognized and are flagged as being
One example of an application that uses the English dictionary is Windows
You have to restart the computer after you apply this update.