Of course, if you don't like any of the Ninite products, there is plenty of choice out there. Both the free and paid editions of Ninite Pro allow you to install any app on any PC you own, and while it's perfect for setup on new PCs, you'd do better with a dedicated installer like WIZARD (Free)
If they're available, you can stretch the size of your Free Edition to bigger, slower drives with the Free Upgrade and the Pro Upgrade. You can also remove apps and files from the Free Edition with Ninite's System Cleanup if you think you've got enough space to spare, but don't. Make sure you've got a good backup policy in place and maybe consider an extra hard drive as a static archive.
In the past, a new version of Ninite would automatically download, install and restart the apps you'd just installed. These days, Ninite's known as 'robot-thinking,' and it will only install them on machines that haven't already been visited, or on machines with a browser that's capable of visiting the Ninite website. The only recommended way to visit Ninite is via Google Chrome, but there are some third-party sites, which might be worth trying.
Ninite will check your browser's settings to make sure you can access the website, if you've changed the browser or there's some problem with your settings. If not, you might be informed that there's something wrong with your browser, and you'll need to fix it before Ninite can install your new apps.
Ninite keeps an archive of your current apps in the Cloud, and it's up to you to choose whether you want to keep it or not. In the meantime, if you don't have enough keep space, you can remove unwanted apps . d2c66b5586