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File App_BrowsersUpdate.1.0.nupkg

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File App_BrowsersUpdate.net20.1.0.nupkg

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 nuget pack App_BrowsersUpdate.net20.nuspec
 nuget pack App_BrowsersUpdate.nuspec
-delete App_BrowsersUpdate.zip
+del App_BrowsersUpdate.zip
 "c:\Program Files\7-Zip\7z.exe" a -tzip App_BrowsersUpdate.zip machines projects readme.txt
 pause
 
 You can update your entire machine's browser files.
 
-1. Copy these into \Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\Config\Browsers, overwriting your previous versions 
+1. Copy the files from the .\machines folder into \Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\Config\Browsers, overwriting your previous versions 
 2. Open an elevated command prompt and run \Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\aspnet_regbrowsers.exe -i 
 3. Restart IIS (e.g., with iisreset) 
 
-The files included in this zip are for updating a whole machine. They are not appropriate for updating a project. 
+Note that the files in the .\projects folder of this zip file are different from those in the .\machines folder. To update a single project, copy the files from the .\projects folder of the zip file to ~\App_Browsers in your project.
 
-If you really want to update just on a project by project basis, use NuGet with the version specific package for your project.
+That said, the easiest way to update a single project is to use NuGet.
 
 For .NET 4
 	PS> install-package App_BrowsersUpdate