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steven4554

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  1. Yes, but it is no longer being updated by me, and therefore retired.
  2. As explained a few posts above, MS released a SP2 like convenience Rollup 2 years ago (KB3125574), that included updates from when SP1 was released up to April 2016, then the cumulative updates took care of the rest. The only things not included were Feature Packs and newer versions of Internet Explorer. KB3125574 is available in my UL's for both x64 and x86.
  3. Yes it can be confusing to use, but there is a FAQ page that explains everything, and how to use KUC below. http://www.windows-update-checker.com/FAQ/FAQ.htm Also the homepage explains what those tick boxes are for too.
  4. Better to use NTlite for Windows 7, as nlite was made for Windows 2000 and XP. Well that's up to you, but I now always update my UL's every month after patch Tuesday. Me I used to use komm KUC tool to download updates and update/integrate, as it contained updates not found on Windows Update. Yes, cause MS released a SP2 like convenience Rollup 2 years ago (KB3125574), that included updates from when SP1 was released up to April 2016, then the cumulative updates took care of the rest. The only things not included were Feature Packs and newer versions of Internet Explorer. KB3125574 is available in my UL's for both x64 and x86. Yes, but you can only download them in Optional Updates, plus KB3125574 has some update requirements that need to be met before you install KB3125574! They are also in the UL's.
  5. Latest version of Internet Explorer 8 for Windows 7??? (SP1)

    MS discontinued supporting IE8, 9 and 10 since January 2016. So if you wish to continue using a non-supported browser, you can download the last IE8 cumulative update that was released on the 10th June 2017 below:- x64: http://download.windowsupdate.com/c/csa/csa/secu/2017/04/windows6.1-kb4018271-x64-custom_33a66978d36f16a33b042b2abea45cdddf90c17f.msu x86: http://download.windowsupdate.com/c/csa/csa/secu/2017/04/windows6.1-kb4018271-x86-custom_0aaca7d3a92b3030bca78a44281ce86ec7cd5dab.msu
  6. Internet Explorer 11 (Updated 10/04/2018)

    Updated first post, and sorry for leaving this thread non-updated for so long. With the death of my step-dad and other personal life issues getting in the way, I have not found much time to update this thread, and just barely enough to update the Windows Update Lists.
  7. Sadly my step-dad has passed away from his long battle with cancer.

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    2. steven4554

      steven4554

      Thank you, me and my family appreciate the support during this difficult time.

    3. ppgrainbow

      ppgrainbow

      I'm sorry to her that your step-dad lose his long battle with cancer. I lost my mom due to lung cancer almost six years ago. :(

    4. ABM

      ABM

      Don't get upset bro. This is life and try to adjust it as quick as possible and try reaching your goals.........

      GOOD LUCK!

  8. I'll list them here Security Updates - These are recommended to be installed ASAP! And are essential. Non-Security Updates - These updates are optional, though to install/integrate KB3125574-v4 you will need to download some updates in this category. Convenience Update Rollup - Very much recommended to install KB3125574-v4, as it contains nearly all updates Feb 2011 to Apr 2016! Some say this is Service Pack 2 for Windows 7. .NET Framework 3.5.1 - These are recommended to be installed ASAP! And are essential. Pre-Release - Only download if you're a keen tester of software. Security - Optional Language - Only if your first language is not English. Display Driver - Optional, but I would recommend to download and install, but only if you have a Nvidia Graphics Card. Hope this helps clarify what the categories mean.
  9. Internet Explorer 11 (Updated 10/04/2018)

    Updated OP, KB3185319 replaced with KB4012215. And I have added required updates you need to install before installing/integrating IE11!
  10. Thanks, as for the 60 or so updates, they may have been superseded by the convenience update, though KB3125574-v4 doesn't cover all updates since SP1 was released like Feature Packs or Platform Updates.
  11. Just tested the direct download link, and it still works beyond the EOS deadline. MS doesn't support WLE2012, but will leave the downloads active for a few more years, for those that still want to use programs that still work like Photo Gallery or Writer.
  12. fedrace, thanks for the little oversight, I have now re-uploaded the new zip files, and hopefully everything should work now, and I'm really sorry for the inconvenience.
  13. Strange, but thanks for the feedback, I'll will remove those zip files if they are not working, but in the meantime, you can try the UL's on my Onedrive, link provided on OP.
  14. Yes, you do need to rename the downloaded zip file, and then try to install the ULZ again. You don't need to unzip the UL file inside otherwise, you'll get the error message from WUD. Should hopefully be fixed now, but since I'm updating the lists currently on a library computer which is restricted from installing software, I cannot test the UL's like I normally would.
  15. I have updated the lists on OP, but you will need to change the file extensions from .zip to .ulz!
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