I have done this, because I want to be able to ensure I have ready access to the security updates, even when Windows 2000 is no longer a supported product and the Windows Update website no longer works for Win2K.
My question is this:
Does it matter which order you install the updates? It is aswell to restart the pc after installing each update when prompted - rather than installing say, five or six at a time?
Moreover, since I have noticed many of the updates contain newer versions of the same files - how can you be sure that the update process (whether manual or using Windows Update) leaves your PC in the best possible state - particularly with regard to these duplicate files?
Any advice/suggestions (beyond simply relying on Windows Update) would be appreciated.