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R1cho

Updating, yes or no?

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When your board says there is an available update, do you do it or just leave well enough alone as you have had no problems?

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Hi there, I actually check the notes for the update before pressing the magic button. If that makes any sense.

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I don't update straight away, I give it a little time. Like when 4.4 is released I will give it time as you can guarantee there will be some issues. Also as it is a major release will have to wait for plugins, apps and themes to be updated first. Once all that is done I will then look at updating my board. 

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Leave it alone, if you want to update , come here download nulled version and do update.

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I used to just update but now I'm more focused on ensuring the plugins I run are updated and work on the version released before going ahead and making the leap of faith.

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I wait a certain time to see if any problems with the new version occur.

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I normally leave it alone, no point in dealing with an update especially when you have a lot of end-users.

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