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AutoPatcher is now compatible with Windows 7

AutoPatcher enhances the facility to download all the latest released service packs and patches for the Operating System and Microsoft Office. It is one of the finest and first Software to offer this feature for the Microsoft updates. Earlier as this Service was withdrawn from Microsoft, the tool has come back with the efficient feature. Now, the application is completely changed from the way it works.
You can have this AutoPatcher in a portable format and you can execute it after unpacking the downloaded file. Then, the tool will display a list of all available release packages that can be downloaded to the local Computer System.

Now, you can view all the Core Program files. It is able to bring the System Patches for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Vista. Besides, you can get the System Patches for Microsoft Office XP, Microsoft Office 2003 and 2007, the Microsoft .NET FrameWork, DirectX, JavaRunTime and Adobe Reader. Moreover, you can have most of the packages in almost all languages. The main thing you have to remember is, this AutoPatcher supports 32-bit and 64-bit Operating Systems.
Even more, this tool makes your work simple as it is able to download all of the patches to the local Computer that have been released and provides an option to install them once the downloading process is finished or afterwards. Therefore, all of the patches will be installed when the Computer is offline. At the same time, you can distribute all of the patches to the other Computer. This tool is available for download. It is compatible with all of the Microsoft Operating Systems.


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