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Create disc with all Windows Updates - Save YouTube HD videos

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 13 Sep 2009 18:27 User comments (1)

Create disc with all Windows Updates - Save YouTube HD videos We've been working on updating some of our stone-age guides (yes, we get the complaints ;-) ) and adding a few new ones as well, for anyone who is interested. Decided just to mention a couple here that were written as a result of recommendation. The first one uses a freeware utility to download Windows Updates for any Windows OS after 2000 (not 7 just yet), make an ISO and burn to disc.
The disc (or alternatively USB) will provide an automated install then on a Windows machine. It's a very useful program if computer repairs are part of your business. It also can download all updates for Microsoft Office 2000, XP, 2003 or 2007 and automate the installation.

Read: Create DVD with all Windows & Office Updates

The second is just an update to a simple guide for saving YouTube videos to your hard drive. I had been asked about saving YouTube HD videos and remembered a simple JavaScript bookmark I had set just to do that, so I added it as a second page to the guide. I looked for the original source but found it has been scattered pretty far across the Internet, so I couldn't find it anymore (so kudos, whoever you are).

Read: How to save YouTube videos (incl. HD) to HDD

Hopefully they will be useful to any of you.

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11.10.2009 8:29

VDownloader is a computer software that helps you download and save videos from the Internet. Download videos from YouTube, MySpace, iFilm, DailyMotion, Metacafe and much more. You can also convert videos using VDownloader. VDownloader comes packed with features you cannot afford to miss. VDownloader will help you keep those great video clips you always wanted to keep. You can get it from here

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