patches listed below are just that: patches, bug fixes, and repairs for
mistakes that should have been corrected before the software was ever
released. These are not upgrades; they just make the existing software
work as advertised.
version upgrades are not listed here. Upgrades in versions are, sad to
say, generally released as money-makers for the software manufacturers.
The should be approached with caution, and implemented only when the
addition of features you clearly need outweigh the dangers of the bugs
and errors that today's new versions inevitably contain.
Copresco generally supports older versions of software long after the
manufacturer has stopped selling them. That is why the patch collection
below includes updaters for older versions of many applications. If a
specific bug problem is causing you to consider an upgrade, Copresco
strongly recommends that you look here first for an update to your
Unlike full upgrades, the patches listed here should almost always be
installed. Even if you do not appear to be having trouble, these fixes
are engineered to address specific problems that have been identified
and usually do no harm. Even if your program appears to be running
smoothly, the patch may fix a problem that will affect Copresco's
ability to print your documents. A good practice is to read the release
notes or "readme" file before installing, just to see how pertinent the
updates are to your workflow.