17th April 04:01
How to set auto update to install
Do a pro forma update. Find the 'html' pages in your cache.
See the Clsid. Try doing it from an .hta
Use an object browser to see props ...
Unfortunately the newly required "acceptance" clicks
of those update controls are not far behind changes in
EULA's. or so called changes in use agreements.
Do as I do. Stick to common law.
Keep an (OS) installation that shows (works) with the plethora of
"incompatible" or rather 'self incriminating' original Ms EULAs.
Here in Florida it is expected a few hundred thousand
will claim their $3 to 8 settling claims, while laywers
got 40 Million.
In a nutshell: It is useless to believe MS will update your Computer
as in common sense.
It will be along "lifecycle", i.e. will "when you need it" not work over
It will be along their antitrust expectations, i.g. leave a useless control
with IE 5.5 (medial player) .....
The 4 inch clock in the side bar and their SQL layer to list files by
extension is in 2005 at the earliest. - That should keep you cool.