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Windows Update will be upgrading itself in August 2009

July 14th, 2009

In August 2009, Microsoft will be releasing an upgrade to windows update infrastructure. This refresh will have an impact on both Microsoft update and Windows update services. This upgrade will not be limited to the infrastructure itself but will also affect the client-side code of windows update and automatic updates.

Microsoft said that it will start the infrastructure update in late August and will take 2 months to complete it. Services updates and Windows core code updates are to be updated time to time to improve the service quality and reliability. As per MU Product Team Blog, you will not experience any settings changes or the look and feel of Automatic Updates but you will see the improvement in user interface, more visible and detailed description of updates.

The MU team further stated that the Windows Update or Automatic Updates client Software must be updated for enabling the software to successfully check for the updates. If WU or AU is enabled then the infrastructure update will be downloaded and installed automatically.

Caution: Please make sure you keep your windows up-to-date by enabling Automatic Update Feature. Always install the latest updates to enhance your computer’s security and performance.

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  1. stuartbell
    January 13th, 2010 at 04:44 | #1

    Almost all updates since August 2009 are failing on my Vista Premium Home Edition. Is it possible to remove this update to improve my situation. Also, Office 2003 repair fails with the same error (57E and 1406)

  2. stuartbell
    January 15th, 2010 at 20:01 | #2

    Thank you. Seems fixed.

    Stuart Bell

  3. January 15th, 2010 at 17:41 | #3

    Try this to fix the issue with your Windows Update Error.


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