Method For Updating An Operating System Using A Registry Module And Communication With A Vendor Server
Upon initiating execution of an application, the registry module communicates with a vendor server to determine if a software update is available. If so, the user is given the option to download the software update.
Publication Date18 March 2009
Tagsoperating system registry module
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