The promise of this rollup is that it will dramatically speed the process of clean installing and then updating a Windows 7 PC. Here, I’ll focus on what I believe to be the most common usage, where you simply clean install Windows 7 as you always would, apply the CR (and its two prerequisites) manually, and then use Windows Update to go the final mile and get the OS completely up-to-date.But if you are supporting multiple PCs, or are regularly reinstalling Windows 7 for whatever reason, you can also slipstream—or, in Microsoft’s terminology, —the CR into your Windows 7 install media so that it is applied immediately at the time of initial setup.It's the first major patch since Service Pack 1, launched in February, 2011, so it covers hundreds of security, stability and usability fixes.However, the rollup is not technically a service pack itself.A Drupal 'update' is also referred to as a 'minor' version change.
Released in 2009, Windows 7 is one of Microsoft's finest OS releases, right up there with Windows 95, 98 and XP. Though users can switch between the Start screen and a desktop view, the two UIs clashed and confused users.
Not anymore: Microsoft now offers a “Windows 7 SP1 Convenience Rollup” that essentially functions as Windows 7 Service Pack 2.
With a single download, you can install the hundreds of updates at once. This update package, which combines updates dating all the way back to February 2011, isn’t being made available in Windows Update.
You can’t simply install the Convenience Rollup after installing Service Pack 1.
Updating your Drupal site means taking it from, for example, Drupal 7.43 to 7.50; or from 8.0.0 to 8.1.7.