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.
10 new animated screensavers. Included are 4 more Halloween themes, some Sports and more. In addition, you’ll see links to Windows themes and dozens of wallpapers.
Be careful when using public or unsecured wifi hotspots. It’s now easier than ever to hack into accounts on unsecured wifi networks.
You don’t need to pay $280 for Microsoft PowerPoint. If you only need to view files, the PowerPoint Viewers from Microsoft are the simplest to use. However, there are many free ways to create and share PowerPoint files.
Spiders, bats, crows, pumpkins, ghosts and blood. Get ready for Halloween with 10 new animated screensavers.
Two Finger Scroll is a tiny application that enables multi-touch scrolling with your laptop touchpad.
Would you pay good money for a program, if you could get some of the same features for free? Don’t pay for a program just because you see it advertised on TV. Check out this freebie.
If you enjoyed the old Nintendo games like Super Mario, there are plenty of free games like it out there. You can play this one on Linux or Windows.
These ten new screensavers seem to be mostly either clock themes, or a strange type of time gauge.
There is a way to install Ubuntu 10.10 inside of Windows – and it can always be easily uninstalled later. I’ll show you the details of a typical installation in this article.
Ten animated screensavers that defy description. You have to see them for yourself.
Opera Link does not sync your current sessions and passwords with the new computer. If you are looking to do that, a software called Stu’s Opera Settings Import & Export Tool which allows you to export your settings, profile and sessions to an archive and then later on import it back to another computer.
Do you understand what your Windows firewall is doing? Is it tough enough to protect your security and privacy? If you have any doubts, you should check out ZoneAlarm’s free firewall.