Apple made waves a few weeks ago when Safari started popping up in the Windows version of Apple Software Updater, even if you hadn’t previously installed it. The primary problems in complaints online were that the software appeared in the updates like an update, and that it was automatically checked, which caused some “less observant” users to download the application whether they really wanted it or not.
Apple has, today, released an update to the Windows ‘Software Update’ app, version 220.127.116.11, which takes a different approach to presenting the information. It now displays two separate lists of software; one for updates, and another for new software.
So where do you get the new version of Apple Software Update? From Apple Software Update…of course.