We all know how important software updates are, the importance magnifies even more when the operating system needs updates.Some of the updates might even be critical and eventually end up saving the day or ruining it if you don’t keep your system updated.
Then off you go and have a stroll – that’s pretty much the amount of interaction you have to put in. Its available for Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista and Office.
is a similar project that allows you to get Windows Updates once and then apply and reapply them any number of times with a minimum of interaction.
Available for Windows XP only, it lets you download an ISO file, burn and use it anyway you like.
” The answer is that these alternative ways are specially useful for: (1) Users that format their hard disks or reinstall Windows frequently.
(2) System builders or network administrators seeking to quickly install all updates to multiple Windows PC’s.
(3) Security conscious users who do not wish to expose their computer to the internet.(4) Users with a slow connection to the internet who want to avoid slow download times by using a faster connection on another computer to download Project Dakota, and burn it to a CD, DVD or flash drive.(5) Users with a small internet usage cap who don’t want to use it all on updates.(6) Users who want a faster way to update Windows without having to connect to the internet to download updates.So here they are: Auto Patcher provides a large collection of updates, common applications and registry tweaks, that can be easily and quickly applied to your computer system with minimum user interaction.What you do is simply download a file, run it and choose the updates, application, tweaks you want to install/apply.