RuckZuck is a free Software Package Manager for Windows, designed to keep the Software on your System(s) up to date even if the Software was not installed with RuckZuck.
RuckZuck provides an easy graphical User-Interface to install or upgrade software with just a few clicks. It also provides a wizard to create and upload new Software entries to the repository. So if you miss a software, create a new record.
Professional Users can use the RuckZuck OneGet Provider to manage Software with simple PowerShell commands (Install the Provider and OneGet with RuckZuck). You can create a Scheduled-Task that automatically updates the System with a single PowerShell command.
Enterprise Admins can use RuckZuck for ConfigMgr to integrate Software from the RuckZuck repository in System Center Configuration Manager 2012 with just a few clicks.
What does RuckZuck mean? "RuckZuck" is a German word for something that happens instantly.
Version 126.96.36.199 changes:
- New: Download manager
- New: No PowerShell window during Software-Installation
- New: Support for File-Signature check instead of Hash-Value