In 99% of cases, no you can't.
Almost all programs also install data in places other than the installation directory (the Registry for instance), where it expects to find it when run, so they need to be installed from within your current OS.
There are a very few smaller programs which do not do this, and can be run without installation, but probably not the ones you want to run.
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