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If you keep your computer always updated with the latest Microsoft patches, you know how boring is to download and install all the updates for your operating system. This is also true for those users who format their machine a lot of times. A couple of days ago I found an interesting application which will let you install all the updates you want offline. The idea behind this software is that you will be able to download all the patches that Microsoft releases for your operating system at once in your computer as a big “bundle” or “package”.

AutoPatcher is a nice tool which contains all the updates Microsoft has released for your system. Just download it and you won’t have to download anything anymore!

“AutoPatcher is based on the functionality of these special updates, automating their installation process. This way, with only a few mouse clicks and two minutes of your time, AutoPatcher is able to continue with the installation of the items you selected, offline. In short, AutoPatcher combines the advantage of both Windows Update (presentation and description of updates and automated installation), and the special administrative updates (portability and installation without the need of an Internet connection).”

The most boring part is to download the whole bundle. In fact, an AutoPatcher release weighs about 200-300MB, since it includes all the updates in one big package.

If you want to know more, click here. If you want to download it, click here.

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