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| Portable Update 2.5.1
Portable Update 2.5.1 Portable Update is a windows-base tool for updating a Microsoft Windows computer in a isolated environment. This is useful in many circumstances: Portable Update Hystory tag When the computer reside on a secure lan isolated from internet; When the computer to update doesn’t have access or can't use a proxy server; When is necessary to completely update a fresh-formatted computer with the last update before to connect it to network; When the computer doesn’t have an hardware network connection at all; When the network connection speed is too low or it is necessary to update the computer very quickly; In all the other cases when is mandatory to have the complete control on the updating process without connecting the computer to the network. How it works? To update an isolated computer, Portable Update use an external cache to store updates. The cache can reside on any usb external drive or, via private lan network, on a shared path. Once an update is copied to the cache (the only time that an internet connection is required), the same update will be used for all computer that need that particular update. You'll never download twice the same file to update different computers or for updating many times the same computer. For example, consider that the dimension of one single update can reach and exceed 1 GByte! Once the update is stored into the cache folder , the program will use standard Windows Update API services to update your computer. Different updates from different operating systems can reside on the same cache folder because they are individually identified. ...
|1,196||Mar 03, 2017
| Windows Update Blocker 1.0
Windows Update Blocker 1.0 Windows 10 offers less UI control over the updating behavior of the operating system than previous versions of Windows , There is no option to turn off Windows Updates using the Control Panel or Settings app in Windows 10, it checks for updates automatically and install any updates they find, whether you like it or not. This new feature is actually pretty convenient for most users. If you want control over the update process you can disable the Windows Update service . This requires that you open the Services manager, locate the service and change its startup parameter and status. You would then have to enable the service again whenever you want the operating system to check for updates (It does not look so easy). Windows Update Blocker is a freeware that helps you to completely disable or enable Automatic Updates on your Windows system , with just a click of the button . This utility is portable, which means that you are no longer required to go through the installation process and no leftovers will remain on the HDD after its removal. if you place the program file to an external data device, you make it possible to take Windows Update Blocker everywhere with you and use it on any computer you come in contact with, who has things configured just right, and doesn’t want to take the chance that an update might mess up their system. This utility is for that person. How it works After downloading, extract Windows Update Blocker to your desired location, then run it service status icon will show your windows Update service status , if you want to block Automatic Windows Updates Choose “Disable Service” And click “Apply Now” Button , Protect service setings can prevent Uncontrolled change (Recommended) . Command line options ...
|68||Dec 09, 2016
| Windows Update MiniTool 12.12.2016
Windows Update MiniTool 12.12.2016 Windows Update MiniTool is a free third-party client for searching for, installing and blocking updates for the Windows operating system. When it comes to updates for Windows, most devices running the Windows operating system are most likely updated through some form of first-party update service such as Windows Update. While it is comfortable to work with most of the time, some users may want better management options when it comes to updates for Windows. Windows Update MiniTool delivers that and more. The free portable program is provided as a 32-bit and 64-bit version which can be run from any location on the system. Its interface is divided into a sidebar that powers the program's functionality and a main pane that displays information about updates. The sidebar lists options to display available, installed and hidden updates, and the update history at the top. A click on any of the available items does not necessarily display information on the right as some are triggered by buttons displayed underneath the four entries. From left to right, those are: Query the update server. Download selected updates but don't install. Download and install selected updates. Uninstall selected updates. Hide (block) selected updates. Copy the information to the clipboard. While you can display the update history right away, all other entries are only populated when you click the update button after selection. Windows Update MiniTool queries Windows Update servers by default for information and populates the selected information afterwards. When you select Windows Update and hit the update button afterwards, all updates that are available for the system are displayed by it in its interface. Updates are divided into categories in which individual updates are listed in. Each update is listed with its name, category, ...
|965||Dec 13, 2016
| WSUS Offline Update 10.9.2
WSUS Offline Update 10.9.2 Using WSUS Offline Update, you can update any computer running Microsoft Windows safely, quickly and without an Internet connection. Note from The OlderGeeks.com Team: If you are using Bitdefender Anti-Virus, you will get a virus warning when you attempt this download. This is a false positive and is caused by the way this program changes system files to update the computer. This program is safe. Modifications in version 10.9.2 - NOTE: This version will be the last one supporting Windows Vista (see https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/22882/windows-vista-end-of-support) - Default installation stage size made architecture dependent (Thanks to "aker") - C++ 2015 Redistributable Runtime Libraries (v. 14.0.24212.x) replaced by C++ 2017 Redistributable Runtime Libraries v. 14.10.25008.0 (Thanks to "harry" and "boco") - March 2017 updates added to 'security only' lists for Windows 7 / 8.1 and Server 2008 R2 / 2012 / 2012 R2 (x86/x64) systems (Thanks to "hbuhrmester") - Replaced superseded January 2017 Servicing stack update (kb3211320) by March 2017 Servicing stack update (kb4013418) for Windows 10 Version 1607 (Thanks to "aker") - Microsoft Silverlight updated to v. 5.1.50905.0 (Thanks to "harry") - Excluded several obsolete dynamic updates for Office XP (Thanks to "Denniss") - Fix: Installation of scan prerequisite updates failed after updating Remote Desktop Client on Windows Vista / 7 and Server 2008(R2) (x86/x64) systems (Thanks to "aker") - Fix: Revised list of scan prerequisite updates for Windows Vista and Server 2008 (x86/x64) (Thanks to "Dalai", "lmacri", "Volume Z" and the community) - Fix: Replaced superseded Skype for Business 2015 Security Update kb3118348 (MS16-120) by kb3172539 (MS17-013) (Thanks to "Gerby") - Fix: Replaced superseded Skype for Business 2016 Security Update kb3118327 (MS16-120) by kb3178656 (MS17-013) - Fix: FAQs corrected (Thanks to "jonas")
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