I recently just learned about a peice of software called ninite. It allows you to create a list of common programs to be installed on a windows computer, and generates an installer for it. I tried it out on one of my laptops, I selected some common stuff: Chrome, Java, 7zip, gimp, security essentials, and itunes. It automatically installed the latest 64 bit (if applicable) versions of each to my computer in 1/4 the time I could have done it manually. It even denied the adware toolbars that usually come with this stuff. I started using it on client computers and it automatically detects 64/32 bit and grabs the latest version, no input on my side. Cut my clean install jobs in half. The only downside is that your restricted to the software packages listed on the site. I wish there was a way to add one manually. The other thing is that it has to be connected to the internet. No offline installer is available (of course it’d be huge). Does anyone know of anything similar that works like ninite?
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