Portable Update


About Portable Update
Portable Update is a windows-base tool for updating a Microsoft Windows computer in a isolated environment.

This is useful in many circumstances:
When the computer reside on a secure lan isolated from internet;
When the computer to update doesn’t have access or can’t use a proxy server;
When is necessary to completely update a fresh-formatted computer with the last update before to connect it to network;
When the computer doesn’t have an hardware network connection at all;
When the network connection speed is too low or it is necessary to update the computer very quickly;
In all the other cases when is mandatory to have the complete control on the updating process without connecting the computer to the network.

How it works?
To update a isolated computer, Portable Update use an external cache to store updates.
The cache can reside on any usb external drive or, via private lan network, on a shared path. Once an update is copied to the cache (the only time that an internet connection is required), the same update will be used for all computer that need that particular update.
You’ll never download twice the same file to update different computers or for updating many times the same computer.
Once the update is stored into the cache folder , the program will use standard Windows Update API services to update your computer.
Different updates from different operating systems can reside on the same cache folder because they are individually identified.
As result, you can see the log update in the standard update history log exactly as it was done from the normal Windows Update site!
For any other technical information, please read the documentation page and look at section “Using PortUp” on the forum.

Tested with:
Microsoft Windows 10 Build 10586;
Microsoft Windows 8.1;
Microsoft Windows Server 2012;
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2;
Microsoft Windows 8;
Microsoft Windows 7;
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2;
Microsoft Windows Server 2008;
Microsoft Windows Embedded POSReady 2009;
Microsoft Windows Xp Sp3;
Microsoft Windows Vista;
Microsoft Windows Server 2003;
Microsoft Windows 2000 Sp4;

Portable Update Website


W10Privacy – Privacy made ​​easy


W10Privacy – for what?!

The by default highly questionable set options concerning privacy and data protection in Windows 10 brought me to the idea for the development of this little program. Microsoft generously enables everybody to change the concerning settings, but hides them in countless menus, where a normal user does not want to search for!

The program should therefore be a help, to display the available settings relatively clearly and to set the desired options if necessary.

The primary focus is on settings for Windows 10 and its apps (for example the new browser “Edge”). The program will be expanded gradually, if possible and available, with the corresponding Windows 8.1 features in the future.

W10Privacy is certainly no programming masterpiece, but meets my envisaged purpose. The software is still in an early development phase: suggestions and requests will be gladly accepted and considered, if necessary, in the further development!

W10Privacy Website


Windows 10 Lite (Better Privacy)

Tune, cleanup and better privacy Windows 10 Installation


Windows 10 Setup Helper for gamers, power users and administrators.

Removes Windows and System Apps (Cortana, MS Edge…)
Integrated privacy
Integrated Black Viper’s service configuration
Disable unnecessary scheduled tasks due to privacy and undisturbed workflow
Privacy optimizations
Remove unnecessary file types and file associations (for security reasons)
Windows Defender AdWare Killer

Windows 10 Lite Website




Health Benefits of Intermittent Fasting


  1. Intermittent Fasting Changes The Function of Cells, Genes and Hormones
    When you fast, insulin levels drop and human growth hormone increases. Your cells also initiate important cellular repair processes and change which genes they express.

  3. Intermittent Fasting Can Help You Lose Weight and Belly Fat
    Intermittent fasting helps you eat fewer calories, while boosting metabolism slightly. It is a very effective tool to lose weight and belly fat.

  5. Intermittent Fasting Can Reduce Insulin Resistance, Lowering Your Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
    Intermittent fasting can reduce insulin resistance and lower blood sugar levels, at least in men.

  7. Intermittent Fasting Can Reduce Oxidative Stress and Inflammation in The Body
    Studies show that intermittent fasting can reduce oxidative damage and inflammation in the body. This should have benefits against aging and development of numerous diseases.

  9. Intermittent Fasting May be Beneficial For Heart Health
    Studies show that intermittent fasting can improve numerous risk factors for heart disease such as blood pressure, cholesterol levels, triglycerides and inflammatory markers.

  11. Intermittent Fasting Induces Various Cellular Repair Processes
    Fasting triggers a metabolic pathway called autophagy, which removes waste material from cells.

  13. Intermittent Fasting May Help Prevent Cancer
    Intermittent fasting has been shown to help prevent cancer in animal studies. One paper in humans showed that it can reduce side effects caused by chemotherapy.

  15. Intermittent Fasting is Good For Your Brain
    Intermittent fasting may have important benefits for brain health. It may increase growth of new neurons and protect the brain from damage.

  17. Intermittent Fasting May Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease
    Studies in animals suggest that intermittent fasting may be protective against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s disease.

  19. Intermittent Fasting May Extend Your Lifespan, Helping You Live Longer
    Given the known benefits for metabolism and all sorts of health markers, it makes sense that intermittent fasting could help you live a longer and healthier life.



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