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Windows 7: Convenience Rollup

23 Jul 2016   #1

window 7 Home Basic
Convenience Rollup

Checking for updates get stuck in my laptop so I did some search and found this site:

How to Update Windows 7 All at Once with Microsoft?s Convenience Rollup

I follow all those step and after that I check for updates it almost took 5 hours to found updates and then I check updates again no updates.

My concern is if I downloaded the convenience roll up for this month do I need to download another again for the next month when release, the one that I download is KB3125574 in Microsoft Update Catalog.

Can you explain what is convenience rollup? I done some research what I understand is it makes the update easier.

Windows 7 SP1

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23 Jul 2016   #2

W7 home premium 32bit/W7HP 64bit/w10 tp insider ring

The convenience update was released to cover the 200+ updates required after installing SP1.
ie its just a lot quicker, 1 instead of 200+, just set your comp to update normally, and all following updates will install as normal.

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16 Dec 2016   #3

Windows 7 home premium 32 bit

This site says we need to install some updates before running rollup package: Known issues of Convenience rollup KB3125574
Oh it's so complicated.
Microsoft just say two updates KB3020369 KB3172605 are necessary.
After running rollup, I still have about 60 updates with 600 Mb, include updates before 2016. Is it wrong?
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17 Dec 2016   #4

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

Yep just manually install KB3172605 after the first 2 it has a better update client included in it and you'll be fine.
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