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FreeApp automatically downloads and installs multiple programs at once

FreeApp is a free tool that automatically downloads some of the best freeware programs available and silently installs them on your computer while you relax with a cup of coffee.

Simply select the programs you wish to download and click on Get Installer.


This will download a small tool from which you can configure the install path and keep track of the download and install progress.


I counted a total of 95 application distributed across multiple categories including runtime files and plug-ins like Flash, Microsoft .NET Framework, DirectX and others.

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Similar tool: Volery
Related tools: FreewareUpdater, ZeuAPP


  1. Installs "silently "?! And what if I do not need the garbage that a lot of applications come with and this garbage installs itself unless unattended?! Is this the reason that you suggest using this install manager?!

  2. Most applications except rogue ones, do not install garbage. If you know an application to install garbage, then don't install that one.

  3. Don't you know anyone?! Really?! Are you playing stupid or are you playing stupid?! Choose one of them!
    There are plenty of applications - aside from rogue ones - that unless you attend them upon installing they have ticked as default to install different other applications or browsers, etc. For instance, Google Chrome comes within a lot of applications where if you don't pay attention and select necessarily "custom installation" they install the "Chrome Browser" as well! So, mark my lips: I am talking about those applications that pretend or claim to be unattendable! The rogue ones are out of question!


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