In order to close security gaps, Thunderbird should always be up to date. You can find out here on GIGA how you can start the update manually with Thunderbird and where you can (de) activate the automatic update of the e-mail client.
Platforms: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows, Windows 10
All programs that have direct access to the Internet should always be kept up to date. By default, Thunderbird is set to automatically install updates – but if it doesn’t, you can always initiate an update manually. However, updates can always lead to incompatibilities for plug-ins and add-ons or even open up new security gaps. That’s why we also want to show you how you can deactivate the automatic updates if you take the update routine into your own hands …
Author: Thomas Kolkmann
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