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Important update for Windows 7 to cleanup updates

Windows 7 Servicing Update cleanup

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xpclient

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    XP was my idea. 3rd party apps make NT6 my idea.

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I came across this nice update released for Windows 7 SP1: http://support.micro....com/kb/2852386 that adds the ability to Windows 7 (like Windows 8) to delete outdated/superseded Windows updates by using a new option in the Disk Cleanup wizard. :)

 

Edit: Looks like MagicAndre knows about it already: http://blogs.technet...p1-clients.aspx :D


Edited by xpclient, 09 October 2013 - 01:50 AM.

Impossible to run NT6 without third party fixes.



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Tripredacus

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Its interesting. I just hope that it works well enough and doesn't cause any problems that can't be easily reverted.


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yes, I already know this :D

 

And it has bugs and doesn't compress WinSxS like Win8.


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The latest beta version of IObit Uninstaller gets this feature too, deleting Windows updates.  







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