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    Ninite is the easiest way to install software.

  2. 20

    Patch My PC Updater is a free, easy-to-use program that keeps over 300 apps up-to-date on your computer.

  3. Auto arrange all your app windows, whether on one screen or many with a single click!

    Try for free freemium $39.99 / Annually (One PC, One Year)

  4. 16

    Free tools to grow your email list.

  5. 17

    Zero Install is a decentralised cross-distribution software installation system.

    Open Source

  6. 12

    Software Informer is your personal guide into the world of software: latest news, free software downloads, editorial reviews and much more.

  7. Free PC Software Updater automatically scans for updates to stay current with latest product enhancements, fixed bugs, closed security breaches and more.

  8. 10

    Ketarin is a small application which automatically updates and optionally installs setup packages...

  9. All software updaters tell you when new versions are available.

  10. Software Update is the easiest and quickest solution to check and update software installed on your computer. It is specially designed to keep your windows software update all the time and guarantees best performance.

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  12. From a small piece of software written on pure enthusiasm 8 years ago, we have transformed into the company which has helped more than 40 million people worldwide to configure their computers! During this time, our software has become incredibly fas…

  13. UCheck is a tool that will help you to keep your software updated.

  14. IObit is an application that updates the software of your PC to keep all the software properly working.

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