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Windows 7: Fresh Install of Windows -- What apps do you install?

28 Oct 2009   #11
MilesR

Windows 7 (RC)
 
 

I'm at work so trying to remember off the top of my head...but I think the 'installed' apps I usually put on are:
* Avast Antivirus
* Firefox
* Thunderbird
* 7-zip
* CCleaner
* Defraggler
* Office
* iTunes
* Handbrake
* Windows Live (Messenger & Sync)
* Skype

However, I'm a big fan of standalone apps that I can just shortcut to rather than do an install...so these always live on a separate drive (with shortcuts on the desktop):
* VLC
* InfraRecorder
* FileZilla
* Foxit PDF Reader
* UltraEdit
* PuTTy
* Xview


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28 Oct 2009   #12
rsquare

Windows 7
 
 

Here's my list of programs that I install on a fresh copy of Windows:

uTorrent
TweetDeck
All products from Adobe CS4 Master Collection
Boxee
Crossloop
Defraggler
iTunes (just in case)
iZark
inSSIDer (great to check signal strength of wireless network)
Microsoft Office
Firefox
Songbird
Tversity (one of the best programs ever)
Vmware Workstation
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11 Nov 2009   #13
Clickster

Windows 7 64-Bit Premium
 
 

1.) Internet Explorer 8 w/ IEPro Addon
2.) Microsoft Security Essentials
3.) Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007
4.) Windows Live Essentials
5.) Adobe Creative Suite 4
6.) CCleaner
7.) Driver Detective
8.) Various Games

-That is my very basic list of my applications when I do a fresh install on my machine.
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27 Dec 2009   #14
InternetLord

Windows 7 Eternity Build 7600 RTM Activated x86
 
 

Clean install.

1. Wipe the drive 3 times.
2. Install Win 7.
3. Install my drivers.
4. Install the Windows updates.
5. Install my security software.
6. Install the remainder of my programs.
7. Perform all of my tweaks for the OS, programs, and hardware.
8. Install the remainder of the Windows updates.
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