@Tom It is very annoying, that keeping the system updated requires many manual steps.
I know, that VulnDetect informs me about available updates, but it still requires, that I install them manually (for most apps).
So I have to perform these steps manually:
Check for Microsoft Windows
Check for Microsoft 365
Check for Microsoft Edge
Check for Updates in the Microsoft Store
(here I need some manual clicks)
Check for Norton 360
These updates are installed via the app directly, so there is no installer file available that I can download and istall.
So, after VulnDetect tells me, that updates are available, I have to perform multiple manual steps and update the app, like:
Go to the Windows Settings
, click on "Windows Update" and then "Check for updates"
Start Microsoft Excel
, click on "Account" and then on the button "Office Updates"
Start Microsoft Edge
, go to the Settings, go to "Information about Edge" and wait for the result
For all other apps I have to download the installer of the new version manually and update the app.
It would be useful if the VulnDetect Agent
Shows me a list of available updates (only apps, which have updates, not all apps)
Shows also the available version number (recommended version)
Shows a button "Update" behind each available update
This button "Update" does the following:
Opens the Windows Updates
with one click (or installs them with one click)
Executes the Microsoft Office Updater
(I can send the command)
Starts Microsoft Edge
and tells him to install updates
Opens the Microsoft Store
with one click (or installs Updates with one click)
Downloads and executes the installer
of all apps, that have an installer available
This way updating my system can be done with less mouse clicks.
A huge improve of the usability!