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  1. jasc
    April 10, 2016 @ 10:42 PM

    Another great job Guys, THANK YOU !

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  2. Ardwych
    February 18, 2014 @ 1:45 PM

    Usman, we pay a lot of money for traffic in my country. What you don’t say about WHD is whether it can download Windows updates into some sort of cache where they can be made available for multiple other machines. And that’s updates for multiple OS versions – XP, Vista, etc, 32-bit, 64.
    And I’d also like to know what the initial download is likely to be – tens of gigabytes? The install to clients isn’t clear – can it be done over a LAN or do we need to transport a dual-cabled (power/signal) external USB disk from machine to machine?
    And this applies to all the updaters you’ve reviewed.
    Thanks.

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    • Usman Khurshid
      February 19, 2014 @ 10:01 AM

      Yes exactly. You can actually download the hotfixes and updates on one computer and run them on all computers on your network, whether it be over the LAN or through any other portable means. If you are using a centralized Windows network, I would highly recommend installing Windows Server Update Services on one of your servers. This will automate the process of downloading the updates only ones for the whole network and installing the updates on the client computers automatically.

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  3. Rangi Andrews
    August 22, 2013 @ 5:48 PM

    Download Now, Download Here, DOWNLOAD HERE, . . .

    I don’t know which one to click and not get rubbish I don’t want.

    Therefore I look on Google for something else.

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    • Usman Khurshid
      August 24, 2013 @ 4:45 AM

      Rangi there is only one download link and that clearly states “Download Windows Hotfix Downloader” at the end of the article. Where have you been searching for the download link? 😀

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