Windows automatic update notification.

I keep getting notifications for updates for programs I don't have or don't want to and cannot get rid of them. How do I clear the. Specifically for Explorer 8 and Office 2007, neither of which I have or want.

If you do not want to install an update via windows update, right-click the update, and click Hide update

The update you selected will be hidden, and windows appear yet again for this update notifications

hope this helps

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