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WinUpdatesView v1.11 32bit
WinUpdatesView v1.11 32bit WinUpdatesView is a simple tool that displays the history of Windows updates on your system. WinUpdatesView can load the Windows updates history from your local system, using API, and it can also read and parse the Windows updates database file (DataStore.edb) from external drive or from remote computer on your network. For every Windows update history record, WinUpdatesView displays the following fields: Title, Description, Install Date, Update Operation (Install, Uninstall, Not Started, In Progress), Operation Result (Succeeded, Succeeded With Errors, Failed, Aborted), Category, Information URL, Support URL, Uninstall Notes, Client Application ID, Service ID, Update ID, Revision Number, Unmapped Result Code, Server Selection, hResult System Requirements This tool works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP, and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Changes: Version 1.11 Added 'KB Number' column. Start Using Windows Updates History Viewer WinUpdatesView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - WinUpdatesView.exe After running WinUpdatesView, it loads the Windows updates history from your local system, using API, and displays the information on the main window. You can select one or more items and then export them to csv/tab-delimited/HTML5/XML/JSON file (File -> 'Save Selected Items' or Ctrl+S ), or you can copy them to the clipboard (Ctrl+C) and then paste them to Excel or other application. If you want to load the Windows updates history from another source (remote computer or external drive), go to the 'Advanced Options' window (F9) and choose the desired options. Quick Filter If you want to search a specific Windows update, simply press Ctrl+Q, and in the 'Quick Filter' window, type the string you want to find, and WinUpdatesView will instantly display the Windows updates contain the string you typed. Getting Windows updates history from a remote ...
5/5 544 Apr 09, 2020
Nir Sofer
WinUpdatesView v1.11 64bit
WinUpdatesView v1.11 64bit WinUpdatesView is a simple tool that displays the history of Windows updates on your system. WinUpdatesView can load the Windows updates history from your local system, using API, and it can also read and parse the Windows updates database file (DataStore.edb) from external drive or from remote computer on your network. For every Windows update history record, WinUpdatesView displays the following fields: Title, Description, Install Date, Update Operation (Install, Uninstall, Not Started, In Progress), Operation Result (Succeeded, Succeeded With Errors, Failed, Aborted), Category, Information URL, Support URL, Uninstall Notes, Client Application ID, Service ID, Update ID, Revision Number, Unmapped Result Code, Server Selection, hResult System Requirements This tool works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP, and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Changes: Version 1.11 Added 'KB Number' column. Start Using Windows Updates History Viewer WinUpdatesView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - WinUpdatesView.exe After running WinUpdatesView, it loads the Windows updates history from your local system, using API, and displays the information on the main window. You can select one or more items and then export them to csv/tab-delimited/HTML5/XML/JSON file (File -> 'Save Selected Items' or Ctrl+S ), or you can copy them to the clipboard (Ctrl+C) and then paste them to Excel or other application. If you want to load the Windows updates history from another source (remote computer or external drive), go to the 'Advanced Options' window (F9) and choose the desired options. Quick Filter If you want to search a specific Windows update, simply press Ctrl+Q, and in the 'Quick Filter' window, type the string you want to find, and WinUpdatesView will instantly display the Windows updates contain the string you typed. Getting Windows updates history from a remote ...
5/5 579 Apr 09, 2020
Nir Sofer
   
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