- n. One who, or that which, updates.
“Obviously the updater is still sitting in my processors.”
“The Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac 12.1.7 Update requires Mac OS X 10.4.9 or later, and that you have already installed the 12.1.0 update (the updater is a combo updater, meaning it contains all fixes since 12.1.0).”
“The Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac 12.1.9 Update requires Mac OS X 10.4.9 or later, and that you have already installed the 12.1.0 update (the updater is a combo updater, meaning it contains all fixes since 12.1.0).”
“Twitter started as a casual SMS social updater from the folks at Obvious (nee Odeo), but for some, it’s getting a bit more serious.”
“I think that in analogous cases, we wouldn't be using the name of the "updater" for the final discovery.”
“Reviewing 1.0.1 (Jun 15, 2010) i unchecked "install yahoo bho" during install but when i checked install FF addon it totaly hijacked FF36 browser search behavior!! with pdfforge toolbar?! installing pdfforge is not very clear in the setup process + it install another "updater" program.”
“From "updater" to "Google Chrome" with default settings, Google is always blamed (rightfully) for not respecting users privacy.”
“It only got as far as telling me it wasn't suitable for my system (Windows 2000), but it had already installed a hidden "updater" program (i.e. spyware) in the Local Settings folder, set to be run every reboot (and stay resident).”
“I'm wondering if you have any tasks that should come up at the same intervals - Like some updater, or back up.”
“(And yes, I did check Apple's download page, and did not rely upon the auto-updater.) aj_robins”
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