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If you have reformated your computer in the past, you would know that the process requires considerable amount of time and effort. Apart from the usual OS installation, you also need to reinstall a dozen of software programs. In an effort to make program installation process quicker and easier, a team of geeks came up with AllMyApps.com.

It is an online service that lets you quickly build a list of your favorite programs and then install them onto your computer all at once.

install multiple programs at once

Using the website is straightforward, just select programs you want to install and add them to your list. When the list is ready click on the “Install” button.

install many programs at once

AllMyApps hosts a huge collection of popular (and not) software which you can browse by categories or alphabetically. The site is free and doesn’t require any sign up, however if you sign up you will be able to save your software lists online for future use.

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Features:

  • Build a lists of your favorite software and install all in a single setup.
  • Hosts huge collection of popular and no so popular software.
  • Search and browse by categories or alphabetically.
  • Check out most popular and latest additions.
  • Register to save your lists online.
  • Similar tools: Ninite.

Check out AllMyApps @ www.allmyapps.com

  1. Felix
    November 28, 2009 at 7:32 am

    My question would be exactly the same. I tried Ninite, and personally found it sucky just because of the "automatically install All with ALL default" way it does what it does. What I'd like is do have AllMyApps or Ninite download all the installers I want (e.g. overnight) and then I'd prefer to install them one-by-one so that I can set the programs up the way I want to...

  2. Razvan
    November 4, 2009 at 5:17 am

    Does it allow also to personalise the installation ? (e.g. to change the default output folder, or, more interesting, to not allow software to install additional toolbars, or to change your homepage (as Yahoo Messenger tries to do when you install it in express way)).
    Regards.

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