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Critical Update Notification Utility (initially Critical Update Notification Tool) is a background process that checks the Windows Update web site on a regular schedule for new updates that have been marked as "Critical". By default, this check occurs every five minutes, plus when Internet Explorer starts; however, the user could configure the next check to occur only at certain times of the day or on certain days of the week.
After Windows ME is installed, a notification balloon prompts the user to configure the Automatic Updates client.
Arie Slob, writing for the newsletter in March 2003, noted that the size of the update list had exceeded Windows Update v4, released in 2001 in conjunction with Windows XP, changed this.
This version of the app makes an inventory of the system's hardware and Microsoft software and sends them to the service, thus offloading the processing burden to Microsoft servers.
Packages simply labeled updates correct software bugs unrelated to security.
Microsoft routinely releases updates on the second Tuesday of each month (known as the Patch Tuesday), but can provide them whenever a new update is urgently required to prevent a newly discovered or prevalent exploit.