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Windows Update Named Most Reliable Service

With all the WPC news last week, this week is bound to be kind of flat -- and it has started out that way. In fact, about the most interesting thing we found was that Windows Update is the most reliable operating system update service, according to a company that tracks that sort of thing.

Earth shattering? No...but we figure that with last week's WPC news still relatively fresh, you don't need to much more to digest at this point. Goodness knows we don't.

Posted by Lee Pender on July 15, 2008 at 11:54 AM


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