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Could anyone tell me if there is a good source to download latest updates of Windows 98 and other Windows systems without having to download them on each machine, as well as Internet Explorer and Netscape.

I do a lot of installations for people and some companies have several computers and it seems such a waste to download every update on every computer one at a time. Does anyone know a good site that maintains the updates in some kind of package?
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Well for IE6 you can get the CD by ordering it for MS
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/ordercd/ie.asp
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Get the latest updates to Windows 98
order the Service Pack on CD-ROM
http://www.microsoft.com/windows98/downloads/default.asp
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Thanks for all your input CrazyOne, but still don't find what I am looking for. I know with IE6, I have seen many posts for beta versions, and I remember from having seen it somewhere like technet or something that IE6 must be downloadable instead of ordering CD. Maybe IEAK will work I will check it out.

Netscape. I checked the option to save files for local install and they still were not saved.

Windows. Service Pack does not work on SE. I just want to take a windows installation and then either have a place where I can download all patches at once and save them and apply them one at a time or have a cumulative update. Thanks for any help at all. Every lead is appreciated.
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http://corporate.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/en/default.asp

This is the WindowsUpdate corporate site...you can get all sorts of nifty stuff there.

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My link to the Corporate WindowsUpdate site would provide what luxor is looking for...unfortunately luxor appears to have abandonded the question...

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Oh, you also asked about Netscape.  You can download the "base version" from:
ftp://ftp.netscape.com/pub/communicator/english/4.79/windows/windows95_or_nt/base_install/

If you want something other than 4.79 or the "complete" install, change directories up accordingly.

Thanks for resolving the question also!

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