Muir Many Web sites are frequently updated, such as news headlines and blog entries.
These kinds of sites offer a feature called RSS feeds, which they use to send you the updates automatically.
This method works, and means that you won't have to wait until Microsoft updates the site itself to use if it you don't want to, can't or prefer not to use Internet Explorer.
It all comes down to using the site's RSS feed to grab the download links of the updates. q=KB, and all you need to do is add the KB number at the end.
q=KB3187022This loads an RSS feed for that KB article.When you subscribe to an RSS Feed, Outlook periodically checks for updated postings.