iObit Software Updater Pro 3.1 estaba como Giveaway el día n 4 de julio de 2020
Software obsoleto, puede dejar a algunos riesgos para tu PC. Es mejor mantener todo el software actualizado. Con 180% más grande de software de base de datos, IObit Actualizador de Software puede escanear automáticamente y actualizar el software en el tiempo programado sin molestar a usted, y usted sólo necesita a la lista de su software en la "Auto-Actualizar Lista".
No tenía ni idea de que software es el de la derecha, o molestando a instalar el software necesario uno por uno en los sitios web? IObit Software Updater le da a usted la mejor solución mediante la recomendación de confianza y los populares programas para instalar desde dentro de este software. Todos estos programas han sido ya bien clasifican de acuerdo a sus funciones, por lo que puede seleccionar e instalar tu a los necesitados de forma instantánea y sencilla.
Preocupado acerca de la actualización de software de proceso? Usted no tiene que. Para evitar una larga espera durante la descarga de software, la última IObit Software Updater utiliza un nuevo algoritmo para ayudar a descargar un 10% más rápido. También, IObit Software Updater utiliza criterios estrictos para asegurarse de que tiene el software limpio y no molesto por los anuncios o bundleware o incluso el malware, mientras que la instalación de software.
Por favor nota: el programa de actualizaciones de la versión Pro en el registro de licencias.
Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 8.1/ 10
12. 2 MB
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Like all updaters, they may do more than update, they may upgrade ( update and upgrade are different ) beyond a specific version licenses without warning or awareness, they may install in their own way, differently than other updaters, such that the same end-user-program updated by different updater installers, such as,
- Glary Software Update Pro,
- and any of the IObit updaters,
- plus each end-user-program's own self-update routine,
... may not "see" each other, and may not remove each other's prior installations, and may not announce themselves to the operating system in the same way.
So there may be duplicates, real and false, there may be different versions installed at the same time in different places on our computers, there may be uninstall challenges trying to remove ... which one? ... they may update to less-than the latest version, where the end-user-program itself then immediately announces that it needs to be updated again, right after a program such as IObit Updater Pro has just finished supposedly updating the program ( even updating their own other IOBit programs ), plus the challenges of installing anything without doing a VirusTotal check first ( remember the CCleaner fiasco where infected versions were distributed directly from Piriform ), and so on, where one end-user-program misbehaves and becomes hard to troubleshoot, because, "that's not an updater program's job", supposedly.
Plus, many independent updaters like this have funny names for their downloaded installation program updates, some delete their installers after installation, and many disk cleaners delete installation references as if they are not needed, when in reality, they often are necessary to uninstall and update from one older version to another newer version, so managing all that SHOULD be the assignment of savvy installers and updaters, and disk cleaners.
But, no, they don't even try -- I do not know of ANY that manage all that for us.
So I use "updaters" like this to inspect and make a list, to tell me when other programs can be updated, but I do not let them do the update for me.
Instead, I manually go and update the program myself, downloading the installer, checking the installer with a web scan at VirusTotal ( and [ virusscan. jotti. org ] seems useful ), making restore points, rebooting, and updating in a controlled processions so I can see if and when one specific program causes misbehavior, instead of updating everything and then wondering who's at fault if something goes wrong - never change more than one thing at a time between inspections.
Also note that IOBit Software Updater Pro also installs trialware and nagware programs without warning, unlike Ninite which only installs and updates free programs.
Alternatively, trial and not-free Kerish Doctor is useful in identifying when an update is for safety reasons, and it lets you go and get the update yourself - IObit Software Updater Pro has no such feature.
Free Glary Software Update, included in free Glary Utilities, lists programs to update, then brings you to [ FIlePuma. com ], their own site, for you to get and install updates yourself, IOBit Software Updater Pro has no such feature.
Free KCSoftwares also has an update checker with choices on where to get the installer for the updated program yourself.
There are a handful of update checkers, a handful of automatic installers and updaters, and yet, none of them are all encompassing, with the benefits of iterative, heuristic, intelligent smarts - they do no virus or malware check, they do not keep a local catalog of installer programs in a local archive, they do not insure uninstall ability, the do not inspect our free, trial, expiring, and lifetime licenses, they do not check for incompatibilities, or interdependencies, and so on.
These programs are significantly immature and unaware, so I recommend that our fellow GOTD-users take advantage of them with informed caution, and always always always take 100% responsibility for whatever we see a program offer us, and whatever we do in response, either letting the program go ahead, or taking note and exploring by other means outside the program.
Also, as usual, IObit installs it's own nags in run, schedule, services, and so on, so be aware to manually undo those if you prefer a nag-free experience.
I USE IOBit Software Updater Pro ... cautiously, along with other bulk/batch installers and updaters, but I just use these manually, as a references, as mentioned and explored above.
Thank you, IOBit, for this exploration in expanding your software offering, I look forward to you making the program smarter and smarter with each edition, and I hope you take note of my comments above as to which features we need that no one has figured out and offered us ... yet.
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