Microsoft has released the so-called convenience rollup for Windows 7, which is the Service Pack 2 basically. It contains all updates since the release of Service Pack 1 until April 2016. So you can bring Windows 7 to a new installation quickly up to date. We also show how uninstalled it the telemetry updates afterwards.
The Windows 7 Convenience rollup is actually the Windows 7 Service Pack 2 and includes all updates and security updates that Microsoft has released since Service Pack 1 to April 2016th So can you bring Windows 7 to a new installation quickly up to date, saving hours of update installations that need to be downloaded laboriously and slowly from the internet otherwise. The &# 8220; Service Pack 2&# 8243; you can download it either as a 32-bit or 64-bit download.The Windows 7 Convenience rollup saves you a lot of update installations.
Windows 7 Convenience rollup (Service Pack 2)
To install the Windows 7 Convenience rollup, you need first of a Windows 7 installation with Service Pack 1 (SP1). Today, Windows 7 installation media are only shipped including SP1. Then clicks to start twice to the respective installation file (32 or 64 bits), the update installation.
When you're done, you're looking as usual for further Windows updates through the Internet. Installing this may vary depending on how large the difference, between April 2016 and today's date is vary widely. Under certain circumstances, you have to schedule yet a few hours. However, their savings through the convenience rollup almost a whole day to update installation. Especially since Windows 7 will also like to hang if it checks for updates, see: Windows 7 does not find updates: This you can do. However, telemetry updates to data monitoring in the convenience rollup are included.
Windows 7 Convenience rollup includes telemetry updates
The Windows 7 Convenience rollup contains similar telemetry updates such as Windows 10, Windows 10, see also: Privacy - So the operating system is spying less. If you so monitoring your user input bothers you should this after installing the &# 8220; Service Pack 2&# 8243; uninstall.The convenience rollup for Windows 7 installed telemetry updates.
Pays attention to the following telemetry updates:
- KB3068708 (update for customer experience and diagnostic telemetry)
- KB3075249 (Update adds did telemetry points to consent.exe in Windows 8.1 and Windows 7)
- KB3080149 (Update for customer experience and diagnostic telemetry)
Also included are the following updates that help to force Windows 10 (see Windows 10 installs itself):
- KB2952664 (Compatibility update for upgrading Windows 7)
- KB2990214 (Update did Enables you to upgrade from Windows 7 to a later version of Windows)
- KB3021917 (update to Windows 7 SP1 for performance improvements)
- KB3050265 (Windows Update client for Windows 7: June 2015)
- KB3123862 (Updated capabilities to upgrade Windows 8.1 and Windows 7)
- KB3139929 (MS16-023: Security update for Internet Explorer: March 8, 2016) contains KB3146449 (Updated Internet Explorer 11 capabilities to upgrade Windows 8.1 and Windows 7)
- KB3112343 (Windows Update client for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2: December 2015)
- KB3035583 (Update installs Get Windows 10 app in Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 SP1)
You may be able to remove similarly using the following instructions: Windows 7: Disable telemetry. Remember, then to hide the uninstalled updates so they are reinstalled automatically.ManufacturerfromRobert Schanze
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