We regularly feature the best applications for Windows 7. Mostly, you’ll find freeware on our site. In fact, you’ll find almost no shareware on our site. Free software is like sex – it’s better when it’s free. Recommended: Ceck out our review of free backup software for Windows 7 and make sure to keep a backup ready. Better safe than sorry dude!
We have scoured the web to find programs to subscribe to your favorite RSS feeds
Dragon Naturally Speaking is one of the most popular speech recognition programs, but it’s not the only program on the market. The following programs are worth trying as well
Windows DVD maker is a great addition to Windows, but there are a few better programs to burn DVD’s. Here are some free and paid tools you can download
Getting rid of spyware and malware is no easy task, but you should now rely on Windows Defender alone, here are some better programs you can try
Want to record your screen? Fraps is the obvious choice to record, but there are many other recording tools that also include cursor tracking and built-in video editing!
Google shut down its service and FeedDemon might not be the best program out there for quick RSS deliver. We reviewed 4 Windows based RSS readers
If you run your own business you need to keep track of your expenses. Expensify is a great program to do that, but the competition could be a better suit for your small business needs
Diigo is a great web annotation program, but there are a bunch of other programs you may want to download
Greenshot is one of the best tools to take screenshots on Windows, but there are other liteweight tools to capture shots
PhotoRec is a great program to recover deleted photos, but there are a bunch of alternatives you can use
More and more programs require you to sync settings with your mobile devices. We have reviewed 4 alternatives to SyncMate that you can use to sync
Old programs cause trouble running on modern versions of Windows. We show you how to run them in this post. Read on..
We have reviewed Reliability Monitor, a free, built-in app in Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 to help you track down the reasons for system failure. Want to know more? Read on..