Windows administrators who have missed AutoPatcher, an independent, free patch distribution tool that was shut down by Microsoft, will be relieved to hear it may be making a comeback.
In August, Microsoft told AutoPatcher to stop making the tool available. AutoPatcher combined Microsoft and other application patches, along with registry tweaks, without remaining connected to the Internet. Antonis Kaladis, AutoPatcher’s project leader, said this week he hopes to have the new version of AutoPatcher available in early October.
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