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Forty Free and Useful Windows Applications
There is a whole range of great free applications between the blast of free software for the desk top and open sourcing. These are our preferred free dowloads for Windows 8, Windows 7 or XP use. The Windows Club's Ultimate Windows Tweaker (Windows 8) is a nice little free product that allows the user to make an unbelievable number of optimizations to the Windows user surface.
The UWT begins by showing a plethora of system information to the end customer and provides customization of the taskbar, file explorer, as well as IE, power and safety settings. There is also an older release for Windows 7 and Vista customers who want to adapt their system. Steam's famous seasonsales and rich array of community functions such as messaging, trade and gifts make it a great companion for any PC player.
Skitch is an easy-to-use, stand-alone Evernote screening and picture processing utility. The Rainmeter is a free Windows wallpaper adjustment utility that allows the user to create "skins", small applications that hover on the wallpaper like Microsoft's old Windows widgets.
An extensive on-line fellowship has created a wide range of Rainmeter skin and theme that you can use on your desk top, and the application itself allows you to do so. Commodo Back-up is a free and thorough back-up utility that provides both planned and on-demand back-ups with a wide range of preferences and workflows.
User can configure Comodo Back-up to perform full, incremental as well as partial back-ups, with an intelligent profiles view that allows you to categorise and select your pictures, files, music and video for upload. It' full of functions such as Volume Shadow Copy protection, various layers of file encoding, back-up versions and the ability to back up to Comodo's own clouds.
Corpuz flip-flopped between computer sciences and writing creativity at university. Contributing to Tom's Guide, he has found a fortunate midway by writing about applications, cell phone gambling and other geekerys.