Freeware Files: Auto-Installers for Your Favorite Windows 7 Apps!

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David26

allmyapps looked promising, but CCleaner isn't on their list of apps.  For shame.

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jfigura

Baseshield looked like the nicest of the bunch but it doesn't support 64 bit. Something the writer of an article for a "Power Users" magazine should have made note of.

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TheMurph

The program is in beta.  Let's be a little forgiving, eh?

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souser

I have been looking for something like this for some time but that will also auto-install other apps which are not included. I install many apps on fresh Windows system and use many customized install settings(such as 'do not install quick launch', do not install 'yahoo toolbar', etc) as well as perhaps enter a serial number during the install process.

 

Is there a program that can do all of this for me? Thanks!

 

 

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neo1piv14

Ninite is worth using if for no other reason than staying on top of Flash, Java, and .Net updates on multiple computers with just the click of a button. Easily one of my new favorite sites. 

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DBsantos77

Awesome, I'm gonna try Ninite later, seems cool. I hate installing so much crap just to go through license agreements and locations to save the app. Can't we just get on with it already -____-

-Santos

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dag1992

Ninite is incredibly nifty for fresh installs, so much time saved.

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vulpinegl421

ninite is such a great program it make life so much easier

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