|Dec 5, 2012, 10:34 AM||#1|
Windows 7 Ultimate MacBook Air
Bought a basic Macbook Air October 26th (Windows 8 Launch )and just installed Windows 7 Ultimate on it with Bootcamp! Do I need all the updates that Windows 7 is installing? Since I have the 128 SSD model it is taking up a lot of space. I made each partition pretty much equal as I knew I wanted to install Microsoft Flight Simulator X, which runs better than it ever did on my 2009 PC! Any idea how to control the constant updates taking up my precious SSD space. I know I want the security stuff but what about the rest? Should I reinstall at some point and choose let me install the updates and pick and choose them?
Thanks! Loving the new MBA! What an awesome machine!
MacBook Air (October 2012) i5,4 GB Ram,128 SSD
The New iPad (3rd gen) (March 2012) Black Retina 16GB WiFi
Mini iPad (November 2012) Black 16 GB Verizon LTE
|Dec 9, 2012, 09:08 AM||#2|
Just wanted to include that sexy screenshot...
iMac i7 3.4 GHz, 24 GB Ram, 256 SSD | MBA 2011 i5 1.7 GHz, 4 GB Ram | Mini i7 2.0 GHz, 4 GB Ram, RAID 0 | iPad 2 16 GB | iPhone 5 16 GB | ATV 3
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