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The Easiest, Fastest Way to Update or Install Software

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by , 04-22-2011 at 12:04 AM (18943 Views)

The Easiest, Fastest Way to Update or Install Software

>> Ninite <<



Ninite “installs the apps on your PC without introducing additional crapware”


No Clicking Next!

Ninite fully automates installers offscreen.

No Toolbars!

Ninite automatically says "No" to toolbars and other junk.

Always Up-to-date!

A Ninite installer always gets an app's latest version no matter when you made it.

It Updates Too!

Just run your Ninite installer again and it will update the apps to their latest versions.

No Signup

Ninite just works. No account, signup, or client needed.

32 and 64-bit

Ninite installs the best version of an app for your PC.

International

Ninite installs apps in your PC's language.


About Ninite:

Ninite was founded by Patrick Swieskowski and Sascha Kuzins. Investors include Y Combinator and a small collection of helpful angels.


We believe in simplicity.

Enjoy this application

Best Regards
Net_Surfer

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  1. Net_Surfer's Avatar
    Now that you've got Windows 7 up and running on your newly partitioned, dual-boot PC, it's time for the next big step in any OS migration: reinstalling your software.

    I've always hated this part, as it involves digging out CDs, downloading apps from lots of different sites, and then manually installing everything. Takes forever.

    Thankfully, I've found salvation in the form of Ninite, a new service that automatically downloads and installs popular software.

    All you do is scroll through Ninite's list of 70-odd apps, check-marking the ones you want. The service offers the most current versions of nearly every popular mainstream program, including Firefox, Skype, OpenOffice, iTunes, Picasa, Steam, and Revo Uninstaller.
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    Once you've made your picks, click Get Installer to download a small executable file. When you're ready, run that file and sit back while Ninite goes to work.

    How long does it take? That depends on how many programs you've selected. I chose a baker's dozen (including the trial version of Office 2007 Standard, which I already own--now I just have to type in the security key), and I'd swear Ninite was done in all of 10 minutes.

    I'll bet the service saved me a couple hours of manual labor. It worked flawlessly, and it installed 90 percent of the programs I use regularly. Awesome. Just awesome. And did I mention Ninite is free?
  2. Net_Surfer's Avatar
    We’ve just improved Ninite One to make it incredibly easy to use Ninite on all the machines on your network.

    There’s now a “Show remote options” link in the lower left of the Ninite One window. Click it and Ninite will scan your local network for accessible machines. Then you can select some machines and install, update, or audit the software on them. All with one click!

    We have more documentation on our help site.

    We’ve also made it easier to set some advanced options and switch between the install, update, and audit modes. You can do that with the little menu triangle to the right of the “Install” button.

    As always, there’s no need to update or redownload your copy of Ninite One to use the new features. Just run it and start managing the software on your network.

    Ninite Blog
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