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Windows 7: is there a command line to force to check up for update

16 May 2017   #11
ixfd64

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A little off-topic, but how did this thread get almost 280,000 views in just seven hours?


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17 May 2017   #12
derekimo

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ixfd64 View Post
A little off-topic, but how did this thread get almost 280,000 views in just seven hours?
That's in seven years actually,

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17 May 2017   #13
ixfd64

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Ah, my bad. I mistook the "Last Post" date as the date the thread was created. *wipes egg off face*
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17 May 2017   #14
JamesEJ

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ixfd64 View Post
Ah, my bad. I mistook the "Last Post" date as the date the thread was created. *wipes egg off face*
That's OK ixfd64. Got plenty of that kind of egg myself and not just in my beard!
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