Microsoft ensures that under its newoperating system Windows 8, the system updates Windows Upadate isless intrusive and requires less reboots.
Of course, most users would like theupdates are always so quiet, that does not require restarting thecomputer. However, it is often necessary because the files updatedvia Windows Update are mostly being used. This implies to restart sothat updates are properly applied.
Nearly 90% of users also choose Windows7 automatic installation of updates. However, they expect most of thenext day or next day actually to install these updates that require areboot: when making their PC in fact.
The Redmond company has set itselfthree goals for Windows 8: the automatic updates should be the leastintrusive possible while warning the user reboots should be fewer andmore predictable, and the system must continue to be current.
Thus, it is expected that the rebootsare synchronized with the updated Windows Update that take placeevery second Tuesday of the month, which means only one reboot unlessa monthly security patch release is important in the meantime whileupdates less important, which do not relate to security, will waitbefore being implemented.
Windows 8 discreetly notify the userwhen identifying possible system bets and when their application willoccur which will require a reboot. An option Update and restart(update and restart) will also be offered on the login screen.