RicaNeaga Posted January 28, 2013 Share Posted January 28, 2013 (edited) The question in the title, if it has the answer I believe to have, I think will help Lego alot in its further development of its app. First - the ''old problem'', hadn't had the time to make a thread for it earlier - as you can see from the screenshots posted here and here, Win Toolkit will not only pre-integrate a certain update before IE10, but also before IE9 (without any reason). Also, as other have posted elsewhere, there are four updates (KB2786081, KB2670838, KB2726535 and KB2729094-v2) needed for IE10 right now as prerequisites. But I never understood why there is a need to install IE before the ''normal'' updates in the first place. IE can be a prerequisite only for IE-related updates (that have IE in the title) and IE language packs. IE 9 or 10 isn't needed to be installed first (to my knowledge) before any KB9xxxxx or KB2xxxxxx windows-related update. So, unless someone else says otherwise, why not let Lego simplify Win Toolkit's code by letting IE9 or IE10 install lastly (before IE language packs and IE-related updates)? Otherwise, Lego, you'll have to add rules to install 4 updates before it (ok for IE10, redundant for IE9, as is the case now, as shown in the linked screenshots), or maybe even more - we'll know soon when IE10 will be released as a final stable build. Also, as I've requested here, Win Toolkit would better install the updates in Microsoft's order, as for example Windows Update sorts them on a live system and installs them in that order - the current states of affairs, installing first for example KB2786081, KB2670838, KB2726535 and KB2729094-v2, after that IE10 and language packs, then the other KB9xxxxx and KB2xxxxxx (and only if the user already has them sorted, Win Toolkit doesn't sort them further) - this way it's just weird. In my vision, a ''perfect'' way (after my request regarding sorting is done) is that no-matter-how the user loads the updates, first KB9xxxxx and then KB2xxxxxx are installed, and only after IE9 / or IE10 and it's language packs and/or updates. Much simpler and more Microsoft-like, or am I missing something? Edited January 28, 2013 by RicaNeaga Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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