My virus scanner (ESET Endpoint Security) tells me that Windows has recommended updates for me. But if I try to search for them via Windows Update, it tells me that everything is up to date. (Installation mode is 'automatic' and 'Updates for other Microsoft products' is checked. Device installation settings are set to 'Yes (recommended)'). With I can do updates via the command line, but if I try to install them I get the message Requires user input and will not be downloaded: PS C: > Install-WindowsUpdate -criteria 'IsInstalled=0 and Type='Driver' -acceptEula + Boxstarter starting Checking for updates. Starting windows update service + Boxstarter finished Checking for updates.
My ESET Antivirus keeps telling to install Intel Watchdog Timer. I have latest Intel chipset drivers installed from ASUS for my Prime H270 Plus motherboard, but not. Guys i was wondering if it is important to install Intel® Watchdog Timer Driver? And if it is important, how install it properly? Base clock stuck at 0.79Ghz, 100% utilization (7700K, Z270-E).
This is a known issue with ESET (which is a fantastic product) on Windows 10. Maybe not quite a bug, but somewhat confusing. The 'updates' in your list above all appear to be not-so-important driver updates.