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As of 2014, other common 3rd party tools such as Adobe Flash and Adobe Reader that have also been the subject of security vulnerability scrutiny have moved to an automatic self-update model on Windows that does not require any user intervention. This assures that security issues are promptly resolved without requiring additional effort by the system users or administrators.
Also means that their update can happen when they want and not when you want, leaving your system open to unplanned reboots, crashes because their update does something wrong, etc.
I understand the concept of H1-B where USA needs to bring in high skilled temp workers to fill in the vacancies.
As for all the materials I have read, they are not changing anything with H1-B. They are only restricting spouse from entering into the labor market.
Of course there would be few who would be losing the chance to work but is it not the original mandate that 1 Job = 1 H1-B visa candidate ? With spouse being allowed to work, 1 Job brings in two candidate?
Or my understanding is totally wrong?
Too much of good is bad,mix some evil in it