Software I Use A Lot in 2011

My original list of Software I Use A Lot was posted in Feb 2005 – 6 years ago. Here’s what I used then and what I use now: Free Software: 2005: Firefox (browser). 2011: Google Chrome. 2005: Filezilla (ftp client). 2011: Filezilla. 2005: Irfanview (graphic viewer). 2011: Irfanview. 2005: Keynote (enhanced notepad). 2011: Notepad++ 2005: Process Explorer (system utility). 2011: Process Explorer. 2005: xplorer lite (Windows Explorer replacement). 2011: Nothing

Software I Use A Lot

I’ve used the following software for years, using them most everyday. These are some of the first programs I install when I setup a new windows machine. Free Software: Firefox (browser) Filezilla (ftp client) Irfanview (graphic viewer) Keynote (enhanced notepad) Process Explorer (system utility) xplorer lite (Windows Explorer replacement) Starter (startup manager) Putty (telnet client) Winamp (media player) CDex (CD ripper) Spybot (spyware cleaner) X-Setup (system utility) WordPress (blog publishing)

Best Freeware Utilities

The 46 Best-ever Freeware Utilities lists a nice collection of free software for Windows; however, they don’t have some of my favorites: TClockEx: enhances the standard Windows taskbar clock, adding the ability to display the date, time and lots of other information in any format you like. TClockEx is highly customizable, from the format to the font and colour, and even the tooltip information. Firefox: empowers you to accomplish your