Saturday, January 07, 2006

Google unveils Google Pack

Google officially announced the release of Google Pack Friday evening at CES. Google Pack is a collection of useful, free software from Google and select third parties. It is essentially a installer program which gives the user a single interface to download and keep up to date a collection of software.
The primary benefit to Google is that it is efficient distribution mechanism to get its software on Windows PCs. Now when Google releases a new program or an update, Google Pack will ensure that users get the new program or update. The real benefit will be felt when PC manufacturers start preinstalling Google Pack on new PCs. Imagine getting a brand new PC and easily installing the whole suite of Google products.

You can download Google Pack at

Read more about the reasoning behind Google Pack from the Official Google Blog.


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