Friday, January 3, 2014

How to Install and Update All Your Programs at Once

A Ninite Installer 
No toolbars. No clicking next. Just pick your apps and click Get Installer.


How to Run -



1. Click all the apps you want

You can learn more about a program by hovering over it.

2. Click Get Installer and run it

Ninite installs apps for you in the background. No clicking next. We say NO to toolbars or other junk.

3. Run it again later

Your installer will update apps to the latest versions. If something is up-to-date we'll skip it.










Ninite will

    • start working as soon as you run it
    • not bother you with any choices or options
    • install apps in their default location
    • say no to toolbars or extra junk
    • install 64-bit apps on 64-bit machines
    • install apps in your PC's language or one you choose
    • do all its work in the background
    • install the latest stable version of an app
    • skip up-to-date apps
    • skip any reboot requests from installers
    • use your proxy settings from Internet Explorer
    • download apps from each publisher's official site
    • verify digital signatures or hashes before running anything
    • work best if you turn off any web filters or firewalls
    • save you a lot of time!


Get the Installer here   




Do you need more automation?

The new remote interface in Ninite One
Ninite Pro helps you manage apps on your whole network for just $20/month for 100 machines. It's licensed for business use, faster because of its download cache, works offline, can uninstall apps, has options to disable built-in updaters and desktop shortcuts … we could go on, but there's a whole page for that.
Ninite Updater in action
Ninite Updater is for home users who want to support Ninite. It watches your apps for updates automatically for $9.99/year.
Our website is free for home use because these products pay the bills. We just like saving you time.




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