Every few months KeePass starts showing a dialog box asking the user to go to a web site, download an update, and run the installer as administrator. Many people don't (and shouldn't) know how to do that. We have KeePass installed on many different PCs and laptops in my home, so this dialog is basically always appearing. It's very annoying because it's shown when the app opens, i.e. the exact time when the person is busy doing something else (e.g. finding a password to complete an Amazon purchase).
As a result, we are forced to disable the "Check For Updates" feature. But that means if a fix is released for a security vulnerability, some PCs could remain unpatched for a very long time. How will I know that a particular PC is missing the fix?
I can see two solutions to this problem:
Provide a way to automatically install updates without hassling the user, e.g. Firefox has a great solution for this.
Add an option so that "Check For Updates" only notifies the user about critical security vulnerabilities. That way KeePass is no longer "the boy who cried wolf."