My son, my daughters, and I use Windows 11, which has been updated to 22H2.
My husband also has a Windows laptop, but I don't know which OS he's using.
Last week, I found a security alert on my desktop and shortly applied the updates.
At that time, I saw another security alert that told me to change my settings to activate the new motherboard driver.
I managed to change the settings on my desktop, applied the new motherboard patch, and completed updating my desktop, but at the same time, I recognized that updating OS makes users very anxious.
This time, I tried outsourcing my youngest daughter's Windows desktop maintenance.
It's a self-built one with an intel 9th generation CPU and chipset; I thought it tougher to update it by myself.
I sent it to the mechanic's place yesterday; it will be updated this weekend.
I needed to draw the diagram of my youngest daughter's place for this maintenance, but I don't mind it, or rather, I enjoyed it.