FreeApps: Download & Install Multiple Applications at Once

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After a reinstallation of your operating system your first step is to download and install all your favorite applications. Since you have to download and install each application individually, the process can become very time consuming. Thankfully FreeApps has a solution to this problem.

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FreeApps is a free website that makes it easier to download and install multiple applications at once. On the homepage you will find a list of the most popular freeware. The applications categories cover web browsers, communication and instant messaging programs, anti-malware programs, system utilities, documents’ programs, media players, CD/DVD burning tools and imaging programs, and a lot more.

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You select your required applications and then download a small sized FreeApps installer. This installer downloads your selected programs; optionally you can have the FreeApps program automatically install downloaded programs with their default options, without prompting you for input.

Any selected applications already installed are detected as such so you can skip their download. If you create an account on FreeApps you can save your list of selected freeware and save time in choosing programs the next time you use the site.

In addition to the above features, the FreeApps program offers giveaway software, notifies you of installed programs’ updates, and lets you select applications to download directly from its interface.


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  1. Excavator12
    September 28, 2010 at 6:31 pm

    I liked it when it was called Ninite.

  2. Bob3000
    September 27, 2010 at 11:58 am

    At first glance it looked just ok but then I scrolled down and was impressed...except for Limewire - isn't that a dead network now? And why promote that POS virus delivery tool?

    Otherwise it is quite impressive.