When we are solving some stubborn computer problems, reinstalling the system is sometimes a most convenient way. However, after reinstalling the system, those already typed system update packages have to be reinstalled, spending a lot of time and effort for nothing. In fact, we can package the system update package and the OS installation disk together, so that these updates don’t need to be installed again after reinstalling the system, saving time and effort.
Select the appropriate system version
To do this, you need to download a small tool called “UUP dump downloader” from the Internet (https://gitlab.com/uup-dump) and open its official web page to see many versions. Here we recommend that you choose the version marked “Compiled version”, because only this version is compiled, so that you can download it directly to your hard disk and use it immediately (Figure 1).
After running the downloaded “UUP dump downloader” tool, select the operating system version you want to use from the “Build selection” list. This includes both the official version that has been released and the beta version that has been pushed out. However, for either version, the version with the AMD64 logo after the name means that the system is a 64-bit operating system. Without the logo, it means it is a 32-bit operating system. Also even if the version is marked as AMD64, Intel’s operating system can be used normally as well.
Packaging the downloaded file
Next, we select the language type of the operating system in the “Language” list, and we naturally select “Chinese Simplified” for Simplified Chinese. Since Microsoft is now releasing operating system installation disks that include several different versions, such as Professional and Home Edition, users can choose from the “Edition” list as needed. If you need all these editions at the same time, then select “All editions” (Figure 2).
Then click on the “Browse” button after the “Save options” option to set the directory where the package will be stored after it has been packaged. When the settings are complete, click on the “Start Process” button and a command prompt window will pop up, through which we can see the information being downloaded (Figure 3). When this information is downloaded, it will be automatically converted into the common iOS format of the installation disk. The installation disk can then be used to complete the system installation and system upgrade in one go.
If you do not want to package the installation disk and the update files, but want to download the update files separately. Then we just need to follow the previous steps and check the “Save UUPs to “UUPs” subdirectory” and “Skip UUP to ISO conversion” options. option and download. You can see all the offline installer files in the set save directory, so that you can use them to quickly update your system after the installation is complete.