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    You MUST pick this up before using Windows 7

    For those who haven't yet picked up a copy of Windows 7, you check out this little tool called Ninite. This tool lets you customise all your favorite apps into one installer. You can can download the package and just simply install it. Ninite will install all the apps on its own without creating any kind of fuss. In the meantime you can head out and grab some coffee and lunch, when you come back you can see everything installed nice and clean. Manually hunting and installing can be a big pain after all.

    I am yet to try this out but was impressed with this idea.

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    Re: You MUST pick this up before using Windows 7

    Very Useful tool, Thanks

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    Re: You MUST pick this up before using Windows 7

    Quote Originally Posted by vybhav View Post
    check out this little tool called Ninite.
    Doh! I wish I had thought of recommending this. The cool thing about it is that it can add drivers to the installation such that you won't have to go through the hassle of installing Win7 and then hunt for drivers. The nice thing is that if you have a driver for Vista, chances are extremely good that it will work for Win7.
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