This screen allows you to update installed extensions.You will only be able to update extensions which support this feature.In short, any targeted packages of functionality that extend and enhance the feature set of the software.
Additional software functionality, provided through optional extensions, can be browsed, installed and managed through the Extensions & Updates view, which accessed by clicking the control at the top-right of the workspace then choosing the Extensions and Updates command from the menu.
It is from here that you can see which extensions are currently installed, if there are any updates available for them, or if additional functionality is available through further extensions.
However, from the designer's perspective, optional extensions can be further categorized to provide greater depth of meaning as to just what is being installed.
As a result, an optional extension can be classified into one of the following types: From the software's perspective, an extension is an extension.
It is the extension concept that enables the installation to be handcrafted in accordance with design needs.
Customization of an Altium Designer installation essentially boils down to management of the available extensions.These column sorting input fields shows the current method of sorting applied to the table.Use the drop down field choices and click the column heading name.The following sections take a closer look at working with the Extensions & Updates view to effectively enhance your installation of Altium Designer.The view itself consists of the following distinct 'pages': When accessing a page in the view, extension information is retrieved from the location in which that extension is stored.You can use one of the available filters or any combination of them to limit the number of extensions displayed to just the extensions which match your filter parameters.