When you have a lot of applications installed, it is difficult to keep track on all of them and update them regularly. Missing out on updates is comparable to missing out on security and stability. The new application updates not only provide you with new features but also fixes older vulnerabilities. Avira Software Updater is a free software update checker tool for Windows PC that lets you update installed applications in a breeze and that too all at once. The tool comes from the house of Avira, a well-known Antivirus software.
Avira Software Updater
The installation process is rather easy, but I must mention that the installer suggests a lot of other applications so you need to skip them if you don’t want any of them.
Once installed and running, you can scan your computer for outdated applications and scan will not take long and the results would be right there on your screen soon.
Avira Software Updater comes up with results very quickly and it tells you the number of outdated applications followed by the detailed analysis of scan. You can collectively download updates for all the applications or you can then choose to download updates manually by clicking the relevant update button. You can hover the application’s icon to view further details such as the installed version and available update version and then compare the versions.
Under the My Software tab, you can view all the applications installed on your computer that are monitored and unmonitored by Avira Software Updater tool. And under the Events tab, you can basically view the log or the list of event occurred from the time of installation of the tool.
Maintaining updates for all the installed applications is a tedious task and Avira Software Updater makes it considerably easy. It closes vulnerabilities and assures security and proper timely updates. You can bundle it with other Avira applications for enhanced performance and new features. The UI is crisp and clear, there is nothing difficult in there.
Click here to download Avira Software Updater.
- Tags: Freeware