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ATTENTION! Access to the default Npackd repositories is broken since May 19, 2014. Please use these repositories permanently instead (please delete all spaces around the addresses):

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Home page: https://npackd.appspot.com

Npackd (pronounced "unpacked") is an application store/package manager/marketplace for applications for Windows. It helps you to find and install software, keep your system up-to-date and uninstall it if no longer necessary. You can watch this short video to better understand how it works. The process of installing and uninstalling applications is completely automated (silent or unattended installation and un-installation). There is also a command line based version of Npackd which you can install from the command line:

C:\> msiexec.exe /qb- /i http://bit.ly/npackdcl-1_18_7 

see What is new in Npackd 1.18

Add your packages

You can add you packages (a Google account is required) here.

Suggest software

You can suggest a package for inclusion if it is not yet available.

News

You can follow the news on Twitter

RSS

List of Google+ posts about Npackd

https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Aplus.google.com+npackd

Third party tools working with Npackd:

Distribute your applications using Npackd!

You can also distribute your own applications using Npackd: either through your own repository or through the one mentioned above. All you have to do is to package your application as a ZIP file so it is accessible through HTTP and describe it as shown in RepositoryFormat. It is even easier if you already have an .msi or .exe installer. In most cases they can be reused without re-packaging.

Default repository

The default repository is located at https://windows-package-manager.googlecode.com/hg/repository/Rep.xml and currently contains hundreds of applications. Read more...

Default repository/64 bit

The default repository for 64-bit software is located at https://windows-package-manager.googlecode.com/hg/repository/Rep64.xml and contains only 64-bit versions of some packages from the stable repository. Read more...

Default programming libraries repository

The default programming libraries repository is located at https://windows-package-manager.googlecode.com/hg/repository/Libs.xml and contains only programming libraries (mostly source code). Read more...

Default repository for unstable software

The default repository for unstable software is located at https://windows-package-manager.googlecode.com/hg/repository/RepUnstable.xml and contains only unstable versions of some packages from the stable repository. Read more...

Default repository for Vim plugins

The default repository for Vim plugins is located at https://windows-package-manager.googlecode.com/hg/repository/Vim.xml and contains only plugins for Vim. Read more...

3rd party repositories

C++ libraries for Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 64-bit

Main features

  • synchronizes information about installed programs with the control panel "Add or remove software" and MSI package database. Allow uninstallation of those packages.
  • support for proxies (use the internet settings control panel to configure it)
  • password protected pages. This can be used to restrict access to your repository.
  • fast installation and uninstallation without user interaction. A typical application is installed and uninstalled in seconds (downloading the package is the most lengthy operation)
  • dependencies
  • shortcuts in the start menu are automatically created/deleted
  • multiple program versions can be installed side-by-side
  • cryptographic checksum for packages (SHA1)
  • prevents uninstallation of running programs

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