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Autopatcher August 2007 released

The Autopatcher team seems to be back on track with the release of core and update Autopatcher files for Windows XP, Windows 2000 and Windows 2003 Server. Additionally, and for the first time, Autopatcher files for Office 2002, 2003 and 2007 have been released as well.

Versions for Vista and Windows Server 2003 64-bit will follow shortly thereafter. Let me explain the Autopatcher concept with just a few words. Instead of connecting to Microsoft to either use the automatic updates or to download the patches manually you can download Autopatcher instead which contains all official patches released by Microsoft.

The advantages are of course that you can apply all relevant patches at once, have total control over which patches are applied and do not have to connect to a Microsoft server at all to download and apply the patches. This is also a great way for admins or users with more than one operating system to download the files once and execute it on as many computers as needed.

The difference between core and update patches are that the core files contain all patches from the beginning to the current month while the updates only contain the patches that were released by Microsoft since the last Autopatcher version, which usually means patches of the last 30 days.

source: Autopatcher Homepage

Update: The Autopatcher project changed the way the program is delivered to users. When you open the website you are automatically taken to the forum. Here you find sub-forums for Microsoft operating systems and Microsoft Office. What you need to do now is download the AutoPatcher Updater (APUP) version which you can use to download all the latest patches for your operating system.

 

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  1. Benóný said on August 21, 2007 at 1:12 am
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    hmm I don’t get it, what does Autopatcher do for you? Download the same updates M$ does or only the ones they (Autopatcher Team) recommend? or is it something else? :S :P

  2. Martin said on August 21, 2007 at 8:11 am
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    Benony the advantage is that they put all Microsoft patches in one file, make it executable with a nice menu and let you choose which patches you want to install.

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