Best Freeware Software

Office

Text Editor

PDF Reader & Editor

Internet

Web Browser

Email

Download Manager

Offline Browser

Rss Reader

P2P

Torrent Client

P2P Client

Chat

IRC Client

VOIP Client

Audio

Audio Player

Music organizer

Convertor And Editors

CD Ripper

Tag Editor

MP3 Editor

Video

Video Player

Video Editor

Security

Antivirus:

Anti-Spyware

Firewall

Other

Password Manager

Network

Remote Control

Network Administration:

IP Scanner

Image

Image Editor

Image Viewer

Web Photo Albums

Screen Capture

3D Modeling

Developers

Text & Code Editors

HTML Editors

Task Automation

CD/DVD

Codecs

System Ulilities

Archive

UI Enhancements

Hardware monitoring/Benchmarking

Education

Servers

Miscellaneous

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    3 Responses to “Best Freeware Software”

    1. Text Mining Tool Says:

      I would also recommend Text Mining Tool (http://text-mining-tool.com).

      Text Mining Tool is the free PDF, DOC, CHM, RTF, HTML converter. It performs analysis of pdf, doc, rtf, chm, html files and converts them to text.

      It has a lot of advantages:

      – No payment or license restrictions. Tool is absolutely free.
      – Works as converter of PDF, DOC, RTF, CHM, HTML files to text.
      – User-friendly interface with hotkeys available.
      – Console tool minetext for automation of text converting is included.
      – .NET 2.0 framework based.
      – No installation is needed. Just unpack the program and use.

    2. Josh Says:

      Thanks for this list! I’d like to recommend two other pieces of free software for this list. There are precious few free non-linear video editors for Windows, but VideoPad (by NCH software) is one of them. It doesn’t have as many transition effects as Windows Movie Maker, but it supports more import/export formats.

      Also, I should mention pdf-xchange viewer (by Tracker), the best free pdf viewer I’ve ever used. It renders pdf documents flawlessly, scrolls smoothly, and allows you to add highlighting, comments, etc. to a pdf file.

      And if I may make one more suggestion, it would be nice to add a link to the “Best Open Source Software” list under the “related” heading above.

    3. jon Says:

      I use pdf creator on all my windows computers, that is a great app compared to spending hundreds of dollars on getting an acrobat licence.