You download lots and lots of windows update files from Microsoft. One fine day if your Windows gets ill and need a re-install, you will have to again download all those Windows Updates after a fresh install on windows. It is such a waste of time.
Another case is when you have a computer which is not connected to Internet, what will you do in that case? So the question is:
Can I save the Windows update files for re-use?
Fortunately the answer is Yes! Saving the windows update files on a disk will help you install these files on a fresh installation of windows or to install these updates on a computer which is not directly connected to Internet. For this we can use some tools. Lets see the details of what these tools do and how they work.
We came across two tools that save Windows Update Files to disk for future use. Lets see them one by one:
AutoPatcher is a tool that will check what all updates you need and will download them for you. It will install the updated and will save them on disk for re-use if needed. To know more about this tool, see this page.
WUtool By MajorGeeks
WUtool is again a windows update tool developed by MajorGeeks. This tool will control the download and installation of windows update files and save Windows Updates files in a special folder. This is a lightweight tool which is very useful. Download link at the bottom of the post.
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Download AutoPatcher | Download WUtool