I personally have had no issues with win 7 updates so if you are running Genuine you should not be seeing any issues either, The Only one I have seen problems reported with so far is the KB971033. I would download the rest and miss that One out if you are unsure of its effects on your system in its current state.
If you look at the description for the updates, it gives you a general idea of what the update is for. Just read the descriptions that the updates give before installing them and avoid anything related to "Windows Genuine" blah blah blah.
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It is accessible by either a stand-alone program, a Netscape-compatible web browser plug-in, or as an Active X control within Internet Explorer, the latter of which is relevant to any attempt to access Microsoft updates via its browser.
I've been afraid to install any updates to Windows 7 since that atrocious KB971033 messed up my computer a few months ago.
In the Windows Security Blog last month, Microsoft developer Paul Cooke claimed in a post that “NEW!
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