I don't really see a way to migrate your applications to the new SSD/computer without reinstalling them, unless they're all portable programs. You can't just copy+paste and installed application, as installing an application usually means changes to the registry and creation of program-specific folders in various windows locations. Technically you could make these changes manually on the new machine, but it's FAR easier to just reinstall. Your best bet is to download the installers all ahead of time onto a USB or other storage device so you have them ready to install as soon as the computer is set up. Certain applications might have exportable settings files that you can use to backup any relevant settings, keybinds, etc. but that's unlikely for most programs. I'm not knowledgeable enough about windows networking to know if you can backup and export any of those settings.
In the past, Windows had a built in feature called Windows Easy Transfer which was able to move your programs, documents, settings, etc to a new computer, but it isn't available in Windows 10 anymore. Microsoft partnered with Laplink and "recommends" the $15 PCmover express instead (http://pcmover-10.laplink.com/
). There are other similar utilities out there such as those listed on this page (http://money.cnn.com/2015/08/06/technology/windows10-transfer-files-pc/index.html
), but they all cost money. I can't seem to find a free version. PCmover express was free for a little while but that is no longer the case. Hopefully someone else will have a better option for you.