Clicking this link brings up what will probably be a long list of updates (it could be a short list if your computer is new, however). This can be a helpful troubleshooting tool, as it may help narrow down an update that could have caused your system problems. Clicking this link will bring you to a screen which will undo the update. In the main Windows Update window, you can see options in blue on the left.
The main one you will need here is "Change settings." This is where you change Windows Update options.
I think that git said "warning: updating the currently checked out branch; this may cause confusion, as the index and working tree do not reflect changes that are now in HEAD." after your push and that this may have rung some bells.
Or should the "error" be considered as a "warning" (silently? regards, -- Marc-André Lureau -- To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe git" in the body of a message to [hidden email] More majordomo info at do you think?
Microsoft releases regular updates on a monthly schedule.
Manually finding and installing them, however, would be a big chore, which is why Microsoft includes Windows Update as part of the OS.
Here's what they mean: Clicking on the link for the available updates (in this example, the "6 optional updates are available" link) brings up the above screen.