We all get them from time to time- those little windows that pop up, notifying us that there are software updates available for our computer.Chances are, these always seem to present themselves right when we are in the middle of doing something seemingly important, so it’s all too convenient to click on that “Remind Me Later” button.
There is actually significant importance in updating our software. They are available for both our operating system and individual software programs.
It's not always obvious that a firewall even exists as they generally allow regular web traffic to pass normally.
If you have temporarily disabled all firewalls that you know of and continue to have this problem, then it's almost certainly a firewall that you aren't aware of.
Its main attributes are: Net Time was originally written by Graham Mainwaring in 1997 with an open source release made in 1998.
Graham made a number of updates to the program until he lost interest and finally abandoned the project officially on the 1st of July 2004.
Later eventually rolls around, and our little pop-up friend is back once again, nagging us to install these updates and restart our computer.