Powerful and easy-to-use software update solution. Create, manage, distribute your software updates easily! Features a WYSIWYG design editor, an advanced binary patching engine, support for automatic updates, one-click deployment to the Internet.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:56
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: FlashUpdate is a full-featured and easy-to-use software update solution for Windows developers.
Create, manage, and distribute your software updates and patches easily! With minimal effort on your part, your customers can now check for updates to your applications, and install the updates automatically over the Internet.
Creating and managing software updates using FlashUpdate is a refreshingly quick and painless process. FlashUpdate features a powerful WYSIWYG editor, an advanced binary patching engine, support for automatic updates, one-click deployment to the Internet, and much more.
Generate a full-blown software update instantly with the File Wizard. Publish it to the Internet automatically with the Distribution Wizard. Whether you are maintaining a small application with a handful of files or an enterprise-size application with thousands of files, FlashUpdate is the ideal solution for the convenient and efficient deployment of your software updates.
Thanks to FlashUpdate, you will never have to worry about your customers using outdated versions of your software again!
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