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Windows 7: Simplix update pack

03 Jan 2020   #1

Windows 7 Pro 64bit
Simplix update pack

I have just used a Simplix update pack. It has installed 59 updates. Is this about the right number? I thought there would be more but I'm happy if it has left out telemetry and other useless garbage.

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03 Jan 2020   #2

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Vista x64 / 7 X64

It counts the big roll up as one, so that is why there appear to be fewer.
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03 Jan 2020   #3

Windows 7 Pro 64bit

Sounds OK then.
Just puzzled by when I run Belarc Advisor it shows at the top that my installation is only missing 4 updates. If Simplix has dumped a lot of unnecessary stuff I'd expect Belarc to notice more than 4.
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11 Jan 2020   #4

Win 10 x64, Linux Lite, Win 7 x64, BlackArch, & Kali

Updates from Microsoft are superseded by well, newer versions.
Win Update gives you all of them from the beginning, then updates with superseded versions.
Simplex & DISM++ don't provide the old version and then replace it with the current version.
M$ simply kept adding to the download list untill it became almost unmanagable then Convenience Rollup, etc.
Good, very informative: Understanding Windows Update Supersedence, Expirations ...
Rod Trent | Dec 03, 2013

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12 Jan 2020   #5

Win 7 Ult 64-bit

Snick: which do you prefer for updating, Simplix or Dism++ ?
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12 Jan 2020   #6

Win 10 x64, Linux Lite, Win 7 x64, BlackArch, & Kali

simplix, both have unique features

Key /Reboot to automatically restart if it is needed.
Key /S for a fully silent install with no windows and messages. The case is significant.
Key /Silent for passive installation - you can see the progress, but the installation is fully automatic.
Key /IE11 installs Internet Explorer 11 and its localization (optional).
Key /Temp= allows you to specify a work location (optional).
Key /SmartFix integrates smartfix program by Simplix in the System Restore. File SmartFix.exe must be placed together with the Pack.
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