Sep 252011
 

This is more a note to self, but here’s a list of free software I keep installing on most of our Windows computers:

Please note that some of these might not be free for commercial use.

 

Download.com Joining The Dark Side

I used to download most of the above from CNET’s download.com but I had to “fire” them because it seems they pack their downloads with adware, bloatware and similar junk that had wasted my time several times during the last few years. Nowadays I stay away from downloading anything from download.com or download.cnet.com and I included direct download links to most of these for my own convenience. I wanted to write a more in-depth post and warn about download.com but why reinvent the wheel – Lee Matthew has already called things by their real name in his Extremetech article.

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