Computers need to be updated. This allows them to work at their fullest potential. Society today needs to have the best computers to perform their tasks for them. As an end-user, we need to know how to update our computers, because we need to manage these tasks. In this article, we will focus on the different ways we could update our computers.

 

1. Updating Security
Security needs to be updated. Many cybercriminals today want to leverage weaknesses in our computers to stop us from working, and possibly squeeze our money from us. Thus a little safety in software security helps. Examples of doing this is keeping our antivirus’ definitions up-to-date, our firewalls tweaked according to the new programs we have installed, and always being updated with the news when it comes to information security.

 

2. Hardware Drivers
The drivers in our computers also need to be put together nice and well. Without drivers, our computer parts would not function at their best.

 

Updating our drivers in our computers is easy. In the Device Manager in the Control Panel, the user can opt to update their device drivers manually. Other ways of doing this can also be via the device’s active app, or maybe from manual downloads via the computer’s web browser.

 

3. Applications and Plugins
Similar to hardware drivers, in order to run our apps at their best capability, updating plugins is also imperative. Examples of these plugins include the Adobe Updater, Flash Update, and the Firefox Updater, among others. Keep in mind that the updaters themselves also need to be updated as well. This can be done via accessing the controls of the program (as in the case with Firefox, it is in the Options menu) and doing updates, either manually or automatically.

 

Updating our computers is important. This lets them be at their best. Making our computers run at their best performance lets us accomplish more, may our field be in business, gaming, industry, or commerce.

 

Of course, we could leave our computers to be old and dusty, but nobody wants that.


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