AutoPatcher Adds Support for Windows 7

Satheesh C B | Thursday, March 11, 2010 | 0 comments

How many occasions you have to leave your computer, after a format, to download the Windows updates you had before it?Is there a solution?Try Autopatcher .It was one of the first software based services that allowed Windows users to download all released service packs and patches for their operating system and Microsoft Office. The service had been in troubles in the past thanks to an disagreement with Microsoft. They did come back from that and have changed the way AutoPatcher operates.

The main benefit of using AutoPatcher is that it will download all patches that have been released to the local computer system with the option to install them afterwards. This means that the patches can be installed while the computer is offline. It also means that the patches can be distributed to other computer systems to patch those as well.

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Using AutoPatcher is really easy.After downloading you’ll have to extract the file’s contents in order to run AutoPatcher.It will display a list of all available release packages that can be downloaded to the local computer system.If you want to burn AutoPatcher on a CD (so it can run directly off the CD), just burn the contents of the folder in which you extracted the contents of the file you downloaded. It  has now been updated to support Windows 7. The biggest benefit of AutoPatcher is that it is able to effortlessly install multiple updates in a batch without requiring repeated user intervention.

In addition to downloading updates for Windows 7, the program is able to download updates for Windows XP, 2003/2008 Server and Vista (32 and 64 bit), Microsoft Office XP, 2003 and 2007. NET Framework, DirectX, Java and Adobe Reader .

Download: AutoPatcher  |1.07 MB

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