Update All Windows Software Applications Automatically With R-Updater [Freeware]

Written By Sam on 15 August 2010

You might have seen the auto-update notifications prop up on the screen when you are in the midst of a really urgent assignment. These seem not only intrusive but also result in slowing down the system during the start-up as each tool begins to search for its update. To prevent this, you usually uncheck the auto-update detection in the tool, when installing any new software. And this would invariably result in you missing on important updates of your tools.

But now you need not miss on crucial updates, even when you have unchecked the auto-update option. This has been made possible by a tool called R-Updater that will remind you of the updates of each of the tools that you have installed, amazingly, all at one place. Within a few seconds of set-up, this tool will analyze various tools installed on the system and will enlist them in the application window. It then checks for any updates, on a prescheduled time. When it comes across an update, it informs the user of the available update, on the centralized structure in the application window.

The details regarding the current version and the new version detected by R-Updater are specified against the name of the tools. There is also a provision to inform the user of any beta version release of the product. So, when at leisure, you can install an update of your choice by checking the box against the tool and click on the Update icon at the bottom. On doing this you will be directed to a webpage containing the link to download the update. All you need to do is click that link to download the update. You also have an option of starting this tool during system start-up. This portable tool requires about 8 MB of space and is compatible with all versions of Windows. It is available as a freeware.

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