Windows: AutoPatcher, the small but powerful utility that makes it easy to install Windows updates while offline, and on multiple systems, has added support for Windows 7, giving users more control over when and how they update their systems.
We've previously offered big props for AutoPatcher, because for people with slow connections, big jobs to pull off, or quite a few systems to keep updated, it's far more convenient than going the official Microsoft Updates route. To use this version, you'll download the package, run "apup", then let AutoPatcher build its own program from the most recent updates. Once that's done, run AutoPatcher from your initial downloaded folder, and tell it which updates you want to download and, optionally, install. Because it's a portable application, those updates you grab can be brought to any other Windows 7 system, and you can grab updates for XP, Vista and other editions as well.
AutoPatcher is a free download for Windows systems only.
AutoPatcher 220.127.116.11 and ApUp 1.3 [AutoPatcher Blog]