Dell updates, BIOS

Hi, ignorant Newbie here, uninstalled Windows some time ago.
This morning I got the following mail:
|Latest technical updates + driver downloads
The latest updates for your Inspiron 3847 are ready for your review, including driver updates.|
|Hello ,|
|Please review the following technical updates to keep your Dell product up-to-date|
|# Inspiron 3847 supports the following operating systems:

• Windows 10, 64-bit|
|Driver and description|
|Dell Update Windows Universal Application - This package contains the Dell Update Windows Universal application. Dell Update application automatically updates critical fixes and important device drivers as they become available. This update addresses Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE). Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) is a list of security vulnerabilities and exposures that are publicly disclosed.|
|||||Criticality|Version|Release Date|

|Urgent|4.6.0, A00|24 August 2022|||||
|Additional information|
|• - Dell Update requires Microsoft .NET Framework version 4.8 or later to be installed on the system.

  • Dell Update takes no more than 40 seconds to be installed on your system. You can install the updates in the background while using the system.
    -This package is compatible only with Windows 10 Anniversary Update or later, and Windows 11 operating system.|
    |[Review and download](

|• [Drivers and Downloads](
So I don’t need to update, right? I am especially concerned that the word “BIOS” is in there.
Shall I just unsubscribe from Dell updates service?


And if there is a BIOS update, this is not at all related to the operating system. You can prepare a BIOS update pretty much anywhere.

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