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Original Air Date: Mar 3, 2014



Setting up new computers


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Whenever you get a new computer, one of the first things you end up spending a ton of time on, is getting all your programs and utilities installed.

Alternative browsers, Internet tools, file managers, media players, productivity tools and countless utilities are just the beginning of what needs to get installed.

You don’t really realize how many things you need to make your computer fully functional until you go through the hours of downloading and install all of it.

Well, the next time you’re in this situation, I’ve got a much better solution for both Mac and Windows users.

We’ve told Windows users in the past to go to a website called NiNite (that’s N I N I T E.com) and click on all of the browsers, utilities and program they want installed in one neat little automatic package.

And if you’re next computer is a Mac, you can go to GetMacApps.com to do the same.

If you’re in charge of the computers at a business, these sites are huge time savers because you can create a single install program to get all your new computers setup exactly the same.

http://getmacapps.com and http://ninite.com

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