If you receive this error, there are two things that can help you: 1] Run the Windows Update Troubleshooter Run the built-in Windows Update Troubleshooter and see it helps you.
You may access it via the Windows 10 Troubleshooters Settings Page or run the following command directly to bring up the built-in Troubleshooter: If this does not help you, you could also run this online Windows Update troubleshooter and see if it helps you fix your problems.
Under the “Internet Options” tab in the window that pops up you will have the ability to reset your settings under the “Advanced” tab and select your default browser under the “Programs” tab.
If updating your frequency and Internet Explorer settings doesn’t fix your problem, you may have an issue with the update engine itself.
In the meantime, if you want to fix the problem with Microsoft Security Essentials and restore Chrome manually, please follow the instructions below.
The system operates this way so that your first update will include the most up-to-date virus definitions and versions of its components.
Users have reported this initial update taking longer than an hour.
According to Microsoft, your Internet Explorer settings may be causing an issue with MSE updates taking a long time or failing.
Microsoft recommends you reset Internet Explorer to its default settings and make it your default browser.
To do this, you will need to search for the term “inetcpl.cpl” in your Start menu’s Search bar.