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  • noun One who, or that which, updates.

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Examples

  • Obviously the updater is still sitting in my processors.

    Which Chrome Feature Do You Most Want in Your Browser? | Lifehacker Australia

  • 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).

    TidBITS: Mac News for the Rest of Us

  • 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).

    TidBITS: Mac News for the Rest of Us

  • 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).

    TidBITS: Mac News for the Rest of Us

  • 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.

    Twitter and the future of transmogrification | FactoryCity

  • From "updater" to "Google Chrome" with default settings, Google is always blamed (rightfully) for not respecting users privacy.

    Slashdot: Apple

  • I think that in analogous cases, we wouldn't be using the name of the "updater" for the final discovery.

    The Reference Frame

  • 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.

    Betanews

  • 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).

    GigaOM Daily

  • 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).

    GigaOM Daily

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