As a software developer, despite the hours spent beta testing, there are always problems when you submit your software to the general public. There are many different system configurations, online issues and more. However, despite making updates available, many end-users simply forget to check for updates and will quickly uninstall your software if they experience issues. As a developer, adding an auto-update facility to your application, makes a lot of sense. It would enable the tool, on startup, to check for an update, download in the background and then re-launch the application.
InstantUpdate 1.0 is a free tool that will enable you, as a software developer, to add an auto-update facility to your code, so you can enable the end-user to receive free updates, automatically, when you make them available.
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