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A security issue with was found with Quicktime over the weekend.
The US Department of Homeland Security is warning people to uninstall Quicktime.
Apple is not longer supporting the program and will not release a fix.
This problem only affects Windows computers.

To uninstall QuickTime,
open the Control Panel,
click “Uninstall a program”
under Programs, select “QuickTime” in the list, and click “Uninstall.”

The QuickTime uninstaller will remove both the QuickTime desktop application and the QuickTime browser plug-in. If you don’t see QuickTime in the list here, you don’t have QuickTime installed.

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Windows 10 Installation

Microsoft has changed the Windows 10 optional update to a Recommended Update.
This will cause many systems to automatically install Windows 10.
There are several changes you can make to your update settings to prevent this installation.

Click Here for the Extreme Tech article about the changes.