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10-03-2016 10:21 PM
I'm just afraid that the updates such as WLAN driver or a high definition graphics driver (which actually failed before the Windows upgrade) will screw up something that is now working well. Wouldn' t they have come with the Windows 10 Anniversary upgrade? What about the TFS Windows 10 RE Recovery Manager Installer?
10-03-2016 10:38 PM
HP Support Assistant (HPSA) is good and useful software but it is not mandatory to keep or use. Your computer can function well even without it. If you do not want/need it you can just uninstall it.
If your computer is functioning well not, I suggest you do not touch it and no, you do not necessary need to install new updates.
You can update drivers manually [installer taken from HP website], by using HPSA or by using Windows Update/Device manager
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10-04-2016 09:59 AM