I like to be updated. So from time to time I do an update of MiKTeX. I did it some days ago and just to see I do it again today.
If I do the update with MiKTeK Update (admin) I got nothing to update (which sound quite logical since I've done the update some days ago)
But if I do the update with MiKTeK update (NON admin) I got four packages obsolete (to be removed)
The four files are in two folders. The one of the user install
and the one of the admin install
C:\Program Files\MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\bin\x64\MiKTeX209-harfbuzz.dll
Why the user update tell me to remove these files and that there are obsolete ?? (that is not the case !). Should I do it ?
I guess it would do no any harm since the same files are also in the admin install, but I don't get the logic of the message.
PS: I Checked that the both files are exactely the same version in both folders
And by the way when you use the MiKTeK Settings (admin) to launch the Update wizard (so in fact the MiKteK Update), it is the user version of the MiKteK Update wich is used (not the admin one). That can be confusing.