hi every1 k so basically where I work they're gonna install win7 64bit (discs with sp1 apparently) and of course this sort of task is given to the little interns like me personally I still use XP @ home btw now recently MS has released a crapload of links to all the updates of the past years, as a "gift", on their support site (/en-us/kb/913086) and already I'm kinda confused: what's the point in posting those updates? windows will automatically find & download them one by one when updating anyway right? and it's not like they released a 2nd service pack for win7 (that'd be expecting too much from them) no these are like hundreds of updates since sp1 that have to be installed one by one for each .msu file, and of course it's impossible to update without rebooting (go fig, maybe it's still beyond their skills to make such updates lol) so that means rebooting hundreds of times & all that so a theoretical alternative would be something like streaming where all .msu & .exe update files are magically integrated onto the disc but apparently it's impossible to make a practical streaming with win7 at least thats what I'm told! so why's that? is it because they designed the OS to hinder such methods for some reason?