If you're using Windows and not running a good antivirus, then you have a high probability of getting your computer infected. While you may be able to disinfect your computer at a later date, some virii can mess up a lot of settings that your antivirus can't fix. Or, maybe you're just looking to tweak a few settings in your Windows 7 installation.
Featuring free Link backup applications for any sort of backup need. You can use these applications to perform a complete back up of a file, data, database, system or server. BackupPC (Graphical User Interface) BackupPC is a high performance free backup software suite for Linux that comes with a web-based user interface.
Following are some of the best free applications for Mac that might come in handy for everyday routine work. You might also be interested in checking out my earlier post on Top 5 Free System Applications for Mac Os X, Best HD Video Players for Mac and Free File Compressors for Mac OS X. The Unarchiver The Unarchiver is a much more capable replacement for "BOMArchiveHelper.
Not really a big fan of desktop blog editors but I think they can be really helpful if you seriously want to save your time and get things done quickly. Following are some of the best Blog Editors you can use if you're machine is running on Linux. Gnome Blog: A free blog editor for Linux that allows you to write and publish quick posts without putting much effort to it.
When it comes to playing movie there is only one software that I use and it's the VLC player. Since I don't own a Mac machine I haven't tried anything on it personally but here are some of the most widely used Video players you can use to play your videos on Mac. On the top of my head I have my personal favorite Vlc Player Vlc is without any doubts one of the best media players out there that is highly portable for various audio and video formats including MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX and mp3.
I needed a monitoring software to see when my CPU usage would cause a spike alongwith a noticeable drop in the free RAM. Although, I found a great many freeware and shareware options, very few met all the criteria I had in mind: should be freeware should be portable (no installation needed) should be as small as possible should have some customisable features It didn't take me long to find, use and now recommend SysTrayMeter. It meets all the criteria set out above - weighing in at a measly 15 KB (That's right!