Reviewing 2.50 Build 1002 (May 5, 2012)
Hi every one! I have to say that for what the program has done so far, I am pleased with it. BUT, .........please someone...... help!! I don't understand it!
It successfully downloaded 90 updates (including some for IE-8, which I do not use) The WUD program has install under C:\Program Files (just how I liked it). But the updates downloaded to a separate folder directly under C:\. It seems to me as if the update list is sitting there but they have not being installed! Doing it manually one by one, means re-starting the computer with every update (90 times!!!!!!!). Can some one help me? What should I do?
I apologised for my ignorance, but one criticism of this program, and an important one, is it does not offer any guidance!
Reviewing 2.50 Build 998 (Sep 5, 2009)
the best tool
no download link
100 perfect bugless
Reviewing 2.50 Build 998 (Sep 4, 2009)
Can be a good tool, but it doesn't notify that there are any hotfix-files and the downloader overwrite these files.
Reviewing 2.40 Build 1275 (Feb 28, 2009)
Thank you very much for this gem of a tool, after MS killed the autopatcher project, getting updates and storing them locally became a pain. Since I do lots of formats and reinstall of OS, I need to go through the painful process of updating over a slow connection time and time again. This utility saves me all the hassles.
Reviewing 2.40 Build 1275 (Dec 8, 2008)
Jane, you ignorant slut!!!
If you don't know what a product is OR is for-- don't rate it UNTIL you AT LEAST learn something about it.
SIMPLE...otherwise, it helps NO ONE.
Say you just built a new system...or wish to have all updates in one place...maybe to slipstream...then this is for you...
as Windows Update will ONLY give them to you in their entirety after numerous restarts & reconnects(& system restore points)...and that is if no bug / glitch / freeze pops up along the way...
but if you'd prefer to sit in front of your screen for many hours, babysitting the process...feel free...
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