I use a Samsung NP3530EC notebook (i3 processor), it's my one and only PC. Nearly 3 years old.
When I used Win8 (up until about 5 months ago), I was able to update Samsung software for this device as and when prompted to do so, much in the same way that we can (or should, at least!) update Windows when a newer version is available.
However, since switching to Win10, I have not seen any notifications of any new Samsung SW updates being available, neither have I been prompted (via pop-up on screen) to download any.
This is causing me some concern because I am fully aware of the need to keep software up-to-date so as to minimize the risk of old versions being exploited by malware etc.
And the plot thickens because after visiting Samsung PC support page and downloading the software updater, Windows blocked it cold when I tried to run it, mentioning it might harm my computer. Here is the link to the download page... http://www.samsung.com/uk/support/category/pcperipheralsprinter/notebooknetbook/
This leads me to believing that I am running outdated Samsung software on my pc which might make my device vulnerable to being exploited in some way.
I am currently using MWB Anti-Exploit in an attempt to get a little peace of mind until I find out why I am unable to use the SW Updater.
Just wondering if anyone has any ideas as to why Windows (10) is blocking the use of SW Updater on my Samsung notebook??
Edited by robby501, 09 February 2016 - 04:59 PM.