# 2, better compressed file format support
Actually, I found supporting ZIP is enough, or companies like RARLab will go out of business. However, it'll be nice to support newer variation like ZIP64 support (afterall the OS has been moving to 64-bit, so should the components, right?)
# 5, Software Installation Center
Microsoft has "Windows Marketplace" since Vista, so?
# 6, end 16-bit and 32-bit support
I strongly advise against this for 32-bit part. Just look back at when we move from 16-bit to 32-bit, it takes us about 8 years to move most applications we used to 32-bit platform. So Windows must at least support 32-bit for one more version or people
will be upset.
Considering even MS Office have some of the component available for 32-bit Windows only, it's clearly too early to do so.
# 7, when the software after the update is complete, do not need to restart your computer
It's funny that I've been suggest that in
Raymond's blog a few days ago.
Seems it's not going to be implemented that way in the foreseeable future.
# 8, ISO support
Yes, please. I hate to install those disc burner package that has lots of un-needed thing bundled just to burn some ISOs.