How to install multiple programs at once? You often need to re-install all applications that you need if you have formatted or upgraded your computer from Windows XP /Vista to Windows 7. Installing one application after another can be a very tedious process. AllMyApps.com is a web service that lets you to install multiple applications at once with no or minimal human interference.
Install Multiple Programs
AllMyApps is completely free and secure to use. User interface of AllMyApps is very simple – just add programs you want to the list and click on install button when ready. AllMyApps features a huge collection of popular and shareware software’s at one place. You can add applications like media players, instant messengers, runtimes, torrents, developer tools, utilities and more to the list to install on your computer.
First you have to register with the site to use its services for free, then install AllMyApps installer to install applications in one click. Browse through the software collection according to category or alphabetically to find and add software to the list. All software’s that are featured in this site are 100% legal to use.
Once you are done with making your list, click on the install button. A dialog box pops up asking permission to launch AllMyApps installer to transfer data. Click on the Install button, hereafter all the programs that you have added in the list will be downloaded and installed on your system one by one without any human interaction.
- Build and save list of software’s to install in a single setup.
- Huge collection of popular and less popular free and shareware applications.
- Bulk-installation on both Linux and Windows.
- Free web-based service featuring multiple applications at one place.
- Find applications by categories or alphabetically.
Ninite.com is another web service to install multiple applications at once.
Guest author Srikanth blogs at Tech Inspiration at ekoob.com about web applications, tech tips and software reviews.
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