|13 Sep 2013||#1|
Should I allow these updates to MS?
I run a script that blocks updates to software until I say "yes". Every ten minutes windows pop up asking me to update:
MS Office (I've never used it) 2010 (this is a 2012 Dell 'puter) cvh.exe yet it tells me the change is in a .doc file extension.
Ok to allow changes?
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|13 Sep 2013||#2|
I'm no expert but I do have a idea.
Is Office 2010 a Starter Office that came loaded with the new computer?
If so it has a time limit that it can be used free for trial purposes. After that time period you will get a pop up asking you to buy a full Office 2010.
If this is what is causing your problem their are two ways of stopping the pop up that I know of.
1. Update the Office to the full retail version.
2. Remove Office Starter that came with the computer.
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