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Is there an existing software that lets you install all your application in one time? eg, I want to install microsoft office, then mozilla firefox, then some other apps. The software will just ask my preference settings one time, and it will do the rest. it will install all the application that I had chosen.

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Check out this: http://www.guidingtech.com/1369/how-to-batch-install-programs-on-your-pc-with-ninite/

Probably doesn't support all software though.

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+1 for the software they DO have access to, plus it's ease of use –  Canadian Luke Jul 27 '11 at 18:05
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You can create a .bat file and use the start command to install the applications you need. If the setup files are not available via some url then you need to keep them on your hard drive.

Would be a nice setup to create a simple install folder and use relative paths, keeping the .bat file on the root folder

@Echo on
start /wait office\setup.exe
start /wait firefox\setup.exe
start /wait someapp\setup.exe
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