In case you haven’t seen them, here are the most recent posts in our Freeware category. We hope you enjoy reading about these freebies, and maybe you’ll find a keeper in the mix.
Avast has released the new version 5 of their free Antivirus program. The new version looks very different, but it is still a great choice for home users. Check out the video.
Apple has just released iTunes 9.2 through the software update as well as through the official iTunes download site.
Desktop Clock 7 is a free clock application that displays an analogue clock on your Windows desktop with a second’s hand and date on it.
Opera 10.60 Beta introduces improved HTML5 and standards support along with numerous performance and visual improvements.
When I was in school, we never had cool programs like this to help us learn. If you are a teacher, or you simply want to learn something new, check out EasyWords.
Microsoft Security Essentials 1.0 might be the best security solution available right now and it is also free
If you don’t have a Kindle to read books from Amazon, here are some free Kindle reader apps that will let you shop and read on your favorite computer or mobile device.
If you get tired of seeing the same of wallpapers on your Windows desktop, John’s Background Switcher may be the best solution for you.
Do you need to watch FLV or MP4 videos from Youtube? There’s no need to install QuickTime or some other large viewer. I’ll show you a small, stand-alone player.
Firefox Nightly Builds are set to get WebM support to watch the WebM coded videos in the browser. WebM is a new codec which will be used by Google Chrome, Opera and Firefox.
You can use kidkeylock a simple utility to lock Windows Keyboard and mouse. This is useful when you want to deactivate the keyboard and mouse functions without logging off from the system
Easily convert heavy Flac files to small-size mp3 files that you can effortlessly sync to music players and iPods.
I’ve used DVDShrink for years, but I never did know the finer points to using it. Fortunately, I know someone who knows many tricks for using this freeware.
Be sure to let us know if you have a favorite freebie you’d like to see posted here. Our comments (below) are always open to you.