Getting the latest updates for the applications installed onto a computer can be a bit difficult and time consuming task, especially if done manually. Nonetheless, there are some specialized tools that can take care of the checking and updating, in case you are willing to let such programs run all by themselves.
In the case of Internet browsers, most of them have an internal mechanism that performs the verifications to see if there is a newer version available than the one you have onto your PC. Nonetheless, as in the case of other runtimes or similar apps, many users prefer to disable those gimmicks for numerous reasons.
If you are one of those who prefer the automatic upgrades and SRWare Iron is your browser of choice, there is a neat little utility that can help. Going by the name of SRWare Updater, this software will make sure your system has the latest issue of your preferred Internet navigator.
Through a simple and friendly interface you will be able to configure the settings for verifying for newer releases and having the upgrades served automatically. By default it comes with the SRWare Iron location, update URL and download link filled in, but that doesn't mean you can't change them in case they differ.
You can have SRWare Updater perform the necessary online checks at predetermined intervals by simply specifying the desired interval in hours, between 1 and 24. Also, there is the possibility of setting the program to start when Windows boots up.
To conclude, for anyone who is looking for a simple method of receiving update notifications and the newer release of SRWare Iron right onto their computers, this application is definitely the one to try, especially since the browser doesn't feature a built-in mechanism of this kind for security reasons.