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Windows Updates (Automatic or done manually) have broken computer(s).
Between Automatic and doing them manaully, I would recommend doing them manually.
By manaully, I mean..
a) Going to http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com/
b) Not clicking on express. The other option...
You do the updates manaully every so often. Typcially the second Tuesday of each month is when the patches/updates are released.
It depends on what you prefer to do. If you like the piece of mind of Windows Updates not hosing up something, please be sure to read the Knowledge Base articles for the Patch Tuesday updates they push out to see if they matter to you. I myself have not seen Windows Updates hose a machine unless there was already an underlying problem such as a bad disk or the registry was messed with in a negative way by some program.