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Windows Update MiniTool v07.01.2020
Windows Update MiniTool v07.01.2020 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, ...
5/5 3,960 Jan 07, 2020
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