For each list item in the respective columns consistently displays the name of the update, the current state ( if this column displays the value of success , then update has been successfully installed) , the degree of importance (eg , important or recommended ) and the date of installation. To view more information about the update, click on the corresponding position in the list , right-click to open the shortcut menu, click Details . As a result, the screen will display a window in which , among other things , contains a link to a page on the Internet where you can view more information about this update . However , there are times when, due to one reason or another can not install the update . Such failures in most cases are temporary and can be caused by congestion websites and Internet connections , as well as other factors. Usually to eliminate such problems need to re- start the update (if you have enabled automatic updates , it is still , in this case you will need to do it manually ) . To do this, click Check for updates, or click on the link to search for updates ( see Fig. 8.5). May have to wait a while — until the system will search for new updates. If any are detected — set them an affirmative answer to the request with the system. NOTE Remember that in some cases, completion of the installation takes place only after a reboot. Before rebooting, close all running applications and save the current data , because in the process restart and complete the update may lose unsaved data. Sometimes you can not install the update at a very banal reason — lack of free disk space. In this case it is necessary to release the required amount of space by deleting any unnecessary information , in particular — the Temporary Internet Files , Recycle Bin contents , other unwanted and obsolete data, and also by uninstalling unused software . Note that in Windows 7 provides regular cleaning mechanism of the hard disk. Once you free up disk space , re-run the install updates .