WinApp_Manager 11.09.23

WinApp_Manager is like the Linux package manager, but for Windows. It can update programs you already have installed and it's also possible to install other free programs.

The goal of this project is to:

  • Notify you of new program- and driver updates, download them if you want it and then install them in silent mode (if possible)
  • The Software-Setups you downloaded will be replaced when you download a newer version of it
  • The program can also use already existing setups when you choose to install something: good when you have to reinstall the system( so it would be better NOT to install this program on the system partition
  • Also with the driver installation this will be possible after a system reinstall
  • It is also possible to install other programs you don't have but they will be only open source or/and totally free without registration or whatsoever

What's new in this version:
- Added support for more programs.
- The installer/uninstaller follows all process children now, could also follow the app process, please report that immediately and specify the name of the process.
- It's now possible to see all installed apps. you can disable loading of all apps in settings.
- Loading is now even faster. the Problem was the loading of icons. Now the loading of the icon is delayed.

Download: WinApp_Manager 11.09.23 | 5.8 MB (Open Source)
Screenshot: >> Click here <<
View: Homepage

Report a problem with article
Previous Story

Blizzard: Diablo 3 will be released 'early 2012'

Next Story

Pictures of Motorola Xoom 2 leaked

5 Comments

Commenting is disabled on this article.

I too have just tried it and although it would be perfect if it had maybe... the most popular 1000 free apps, it has no more than around 40.

sanctified said,
How's this better than filehippo updater? (honest question)

I haven't tried, but it appears to install and uninstall from one interface. With Filehippo, you are directed to the page with all the programs and also doesn't uninstall. I like Ninite also for new installs. Filehippo to keep things updated. I really like how Linux package managers work, though. It would be nice, but it's a new idea for Windows and probably take a while to be very comprehensive.

farmeunit said,

I haven't tried, but it appears to install and uninstall from one interface. With Filehippo, you are directed to the page with all the programs and also doesn't uninstall. I like Ninite also for new installs. Filehippo to keep things updated. I really like how Linux package managers work, though. It would be nice, but it's a new idea for Windows and probably take a while to be very comprehensive.


Windows already uses a good package manager. But MS doesn't want to maintain a repository of third-party programs. I can uderstand them.

Seems to work fine. Needs more programs though. It would be nice if you could choose where you want to install these programs.

I prefer Ninite since all of those programs are truly unattended.