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Saving Program Updates

Can I add a program update to the original CD for that specific program? If not, are there any suggestions for the best way to keep them? I presently keep the updates in a file on my computer under "Downloaded Web Updates" but I feel it would probably be better to keep them on a disk and haven't come up with a good filing system for them. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thank you.

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What updates? What CD?

You never revealed this.

Bob

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Program Updates

I am referring in general to any updated program such as Windows, Roxio, Ulead Systems, Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, Adobe Reader, Earthlink,etc. Updates to Programs that I have purchased that the producing company has updated for security or programing reasons and published on the Web for its customers to download. Thanks again.

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You'll have to create a system.

Nothing standard exists for all those you listed.

Bob

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