Originally Posted by Dubdub
Why do you need to update it? If it is working fine as it is and there is nothing wrong, then is it worth the risk?
I am a firm believer in the old expression, "if it ain't broke, there is no need to fix it".
There is great wisdom in this statement. As someone who learned the hard way, updating a perfectly working os version to a buggy one, there is no need to keep updating to whatever is the latest point update offered. Yeah, if a new major version of an os brings a new feature you want, they try it. But otherwise it's just not worth the risk of taking something working perfectly for you and inviting issues.