I'm an asset store developer and I often need to test my plugins against Unity version compatibility. I normally only test against the latest minor (Tech or LTS) release. So for example, I have the following installed: 2018.4 2019.1 2019.2 2019.3 Every week or so, I update each of those to their latest patch release, and uninstall the previous ones. This makes sense because the latest patch releases are guaranteed to be the "most stable" of a given minor release and in theory should never bring any backwards-incompatible change. My suggestion would be a button to automate that for all installed versions. For example, clicking that button would: Update patch and hotfix versions (e.g. 2019.2.0f1 => 2019.2.1f1) Update alpha/beta to newer if available (e.g. 2019.1.0a1 => 2019.1.0b3) Update alpha/beta to stable if available (e.g.: 2019.2.0b1 => 2019.2.1f1) Never upgrade a minor version (e.g. never 2019.1.x to 2019.3.x) Uninstall previous versions Basically, a "update my installs up to their latest fixes" button. Not sure if that makes sense in the overall UX design of the Hub, but it would definitely come in handy for me!