Office update with no Internet
Have you ever installed a Windows operating system (OS) right out of the original CD then headed straight over to the update website? Even though it's a hassle, it's a necessary evil because, more often than not, CD copies of OS—especially first edition ones—are full of bugs, glitches, and unpatched vulnerabilities that hackers can exploit as soon as you connect online.
Also, the number of updates you need can be really jarring. For a Windows XP installation running with Service Pack 2, the Microsoft website advises you to download a hefty 60 updates at an overall data size of 40 megabytes. You must also take note that the number of updates will keep on growing every Patch Tuesday because hackers can and will find new security holes to breach and system flaws to exploit on a daily basis.
If you're looking for Windows updates after you've just installed a fresh new copy of your Windows OS straight from the disk, then the Offline Update 6.0 is the script collection best suited for your needs. Maybe you've lost six months or so worth of updates after reformatting your hard drive and perusing for patches and fixes feels too much of a hassle. Perhaps you don't want to risk hackers making short work of your PC before being able to access the updates in the first place. Whatever your situation may be, Offline Update 6.0 will come to your rescue.
It is now possible to update office offline
More to the point, the C'T-published script collection by Torsten Wittrock has been transporting the latest security updates to Windows PCs without extensive and protracted downloads for about six versions now. The latest iteration of the useful updating tool features updates for the different versions of Microsoft's premiere OS.
Don't let the misleading folder name in the Offline Update archive fool you; version 6.0 can be unloaded into any previous directory of Offline Update as long as preexisting files are allowed to be overwritten.