Allmyapps is a desktop tool that lets you manage all the apps on your Windows PC.
If you're having trouble keeping track of everything you've installed on your computer, it's probably even more difficult for you to remember when each one needs to be updated. Allmyapps aims to fix that problem.
Once installed, you'll need to register for an Allmyapps account in order to actually do more than simply view the apps on your computer. You can register an account, or choose to sign in via your Facebook, Twitter or Gmail accounts.
Once signed in, Allmyapps will let you know which of the apps need updating of the ones you currently have installed. The update process is simple, just requiring you to agree to any of the terms of service required by the app needing to be updated. Then just sit back and watch the update status bar, as your update progresses to completion.
Allmyapps also offers a search feature, allowing you to search for new Windows apps to download and install.
Apart from a few stability issues where Allmyapps crashed mid-update, this is nifty tool for helping organize and keep the programs you currently have installed on your PC consistently up to date.