Once you have installed Windows or purchased a new computer and now it’s time to install the programs to meet your basic needs. Such programs are browsers, media players for video and music, word processors, file managers, media content, etc. To do this, you have to go to every website of each application to download the installation file and then get it installed on your computer.
Oh, quite time-consuming for something so simple, right? Wouldn’t be easier to choose which programs you want to install and do this automatically without getting involved with all this “fuss”?
Here comes Ninite that fulfills this. And it does well.
With Ninite, you simply choose which applications you want to install on your computer and everything else happens automatically, both downloading and installing them. This saves you valuable time to deal with something more essential.
Install multiple applications at once with Ninite
First, go to www.ninite.com. Here, you will find a list of several free programs separated by category.
Select what you want to install on your computer by checking each program, and then click the Get Your Ninite button.
Immediately afterward, you will be asked to save to your computer a Ninite installation file that is essentially the installation guide for all the programs you selected.
By opening this file, the download and installation process will start on your computer. At this point you do not have to do anything more, just wait for it to finish. By clicking on Show details you can see the progress of the installation for each program you have selected.
Once the applications you’ve selected are installed, the list of newly installed applications will be updated as we saw in a previous article.
What’s happening in the background as long as you wait?
Ninite undertakes to download all installation files from the official websites without using “third party” providers. Automatically downloads 64- or 32-bit versions of programs depending on your Windows version. Also, depending on the Windows language, it installs the corresponding versions. For example, if you have Windows in Greek, then it will install the Greek version of a program (as long as it’s available).