article When you use Microsoft Edge, you can download software updates to fix security vulnerabilities in the Windows operating system.
But some of those updates may also be installed automatically if you’re running Windows 10, according to the company.
That’s because the operating system has the capability to automatically download and install software updates from Microsoft if it’s installed on a computer.
Microsoft said that it’s possible to disable automatic updates on Windows 10 by using a setting in Windows 10 Settings.
However, Microsoft Edge is only available for Windows 10 PCs, and the update installation will take longer than it would on Windows 8.1 or earlier versions.
Microsoft said in a blog post that it has updated its Edge for Mac OS X update to block any automatic update installation.
Instead, Microsoft recommends that users download the Microsoft Edge Update Manager app from the Apple App Store.
The update will install on the device and then it will download the software updates, according the post.
For more information about installing and updating Microsoft Edge with the Mac, follow these steps:Open up your browser and go to the Microsoft Store.
Click the Settings icon in the upper right corner.
Under General, click Software Update and then click Disable Automatic Update for Windows Update.
Follow the onscreen prompts to complete the installation.
When the update is finished, the update should install automatically and you’ll be asked to accept the update before it starts.