Download and install some software on your computer and you may not realise that it has long-since been updated, with new features integrated. Better still, it might have had a fix to introduce stability in all scenarios, particularly under more recent operating systems. We don't always have time to check through all of our software and see if it has been updated, so an integrated tool that would show installed software and whether an update exists, would be handy.
UpdateStar 1.1 is a free tool that resides on your computer and will check the software installed on your machine. It will then check a remote database of available software and compare this list against your installed apps. If an update exists, you'll be informed. If a major update exists - or if you have trial software installed - you can also purchase an upgrade.
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