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scottjpalmer: You did push the "Check for new updates" button top left of the Updates screen?
Check here to see if you can see an issue why the update is being hidden from you.
P.S. I just installed it via Windows Update with no issues
tallPete: I had the same issue as you Corksta, my Authentec driver was out of date. I updated the driver but WU still didn't present the update (even after pushing refresh). I restarted the machine and ran WU again, and there it was.
Very pleased, the update installed without a hitch and Vista has a lot more fit and polish - small things matter. I'm particularly pleased that my Windows Mobile device syncing is a fair bit more stable, reliable and tidy. I haven't tried anything like copying files, but when I need to I will, but I hear that has improved. It does feel a lot more snappy.
2018 iPad Pro 12.9 Wi-Fi 64GB (Space Grey) | 2018 iPad mini Wi-Fi 64GB (Space Grey) | iPhone 11 Pro Max 64GB (Midnight Green) | 2x HomePod (Space Grey) | 3x Apple TV 4K | Apple Watch Series 4 44mm (Space Grey)
Sony 65" A8F OLED TV | Sony 65" X850F LED TV | Sony 55" X900F LED TV
dnb4life: so let me get this straight. in order to download it directly from the windows download centre you have to use internet explorer 7 and have silverlight installed. lol i've used mozilla for years now. that's pretty useless of microsoft to make it silverlight users only.