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Does this exist for windows? Imagine having a program that lists all of the updates you need to do to a windows system, that would be powerful.

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There are several apps that do this to a limited degree.

FileHippo

Update Notifier

CNet TechTracker (registration reqd)

I use FileHippo which tracks most of the apps I use. None of these are really "enterprise" tools though, if you are looking to do this on a larger scale than just a handful of PCs, you're probably looking for something like Altiris, which is hugely expensive and absurdly complicated.

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Good stuff, I didn't even know this existed! –  Daniel Oct 1 '09 at 22:25

Another handy one is Secunia PSI, this lists programs with security Vulnerabilities (switch to advanced mode to see a full list.

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