From time to time a new application is launched that's both well designed, easy-to-use, does its job and you hope it has a bright future. There is still scope out there to produce new and innovate applications, rather than joining the masses of commercial developers who seem to insist that security applications are the only tools worth developing. One of these voids is a decent tool that should check for installed applications, check the revision and then enable you to update if an update is available.
UpdateStar 1.0.13 is a free tool that will enable you to check for installed applications and whether a new revision has been made available. It works fairly well, comparing a list of our installed applications against available updates. It even found new versions of brand new commercial software and then made them available to download. Download UpdateStar 1.0.13 and let us know what you think?
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