One is the “Generator” interface that you use to select the what language and Operating system you need the updates for.You can even tell the “Generator” to copy the updates to a flash drive; which, you can then use to update the target computer.The best part about it is that once you have the packages stored on an external drive, you don’t need internet access on the other computer you are installing the updates on.(Take note you must have internet access when initially downloading Windows updates to the external drive.What these folks run into, and I’m working with someone on this now, is that due to the dialup speeds in these remote locations not even being up to standard (due to poor telephone lines), downloading the Windows updates that they need for their PC’s ends up being nothing but pure process of drudgery.Think about it, if you are already on a slow dialup connection and you have your updates set to auto update, when those weekly auto updates kick in, the connection speed slows down that much further.There are still folks out there that I know personally that are on a dialup internet connection and not by choice.
What are the options for those that don’t have access to the Internet but still need to stay with the latest update?
You won't need to worry about mounting a disk image because Windows will begin the installation process automatically.
If you are a Mac user, you can download the latest version of OS X from the Mac App Store.
Installing Windows Updates requires an active internet connection to download the available updates onto your computer.
If your computer isn’t connected to the internet it can not be updated.