to keep a copy of Windows Updates After Do A Windows Update
is very important to keep Windows up to date with all of the critical
updates due to all of the security problems that Windows has. Unfortunately
this can be a major pain in the neck. The following instructions
will allow you to back up the updates once you download the. Warning
you will have to run these updates manually, this only downloads
the patches you do not have already, and you also need a CD or a
DVD burner to backup the Windows updates.
a folder on your PC where you wish to put the updates.
the latest Service Pack to the folder you created in step one.
can download it from Microsoft
Service Pack Page , or from
The Software Patch.
You can also order a CD from Microsoft for a small price.
on “Personalize Windows Update” on the left hand side of the Windows
“Display the link to Windows Update Catalog under See Also.”
the Windows Catalog link.
the Windows Operating System you are using.
the updates you want in your download basket.
your Download location.
any updates you downloaded.
the Download folder to a CD or DVD using the CD / DVD burning
you have. I highly suggest keeping a couple of month backup in
thing goes wrong your current CD, or make a second copy of your
can start from scratch every time a new Service Pack comes out,
because Windows Services Packs have all of the critical updates
up to the point it was released.