Windows 7 Don't forget or neglect VMs

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  1. Drew

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    For example, I keep VMs of legacy Windows for client support. IF, for whatever reasons, you are running VMs of Operating Systems remember they, too, require updating... (their) browsers, Adobe, Java, Microsoft Updates, security tool(s) for A-V & A-M, CCleaner, et al; AND the same TLC, too... clean-up, Defrag, et al. VMs must treated like any other computer and be given identical care & attention.

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    Thanks, glad you feel so

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    Good tip to many people don't think about the updating and all other things.
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    Cool, Joe. Glad I mentioned it, then. Thanks, too.

    And, yes, VMs of Operating Systems cannot go w/out security, like MSE or something. They, still, need it, same as a physical machine.

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