FEATURED: Free PDF creator for Windows 7
One of the most poplar file formats for documents is Adobe’s PDF format. However, creating PDF’s is not always an easy task. Especially converting Word to PDF documents can become quite a difficult task if you need really good quality but a low disk size.
If you regularly move and copy files your hard drive slowly gets fragmented. Pieces of space should, if possible, be close together to make the file access quicker. Try this free defrag software for Windows 7 to see if your system is fragmented and defrag it if necessary.
And another freebie! A free professional Windows 7 Firewall. I’ve been using this firewall on Vista for ages and now it finally supports Windows 7! I’m talking about Agnitum’s Outpost Pro (normally $40). They are now giving away a 6-month license for free, so get it while the supplies last!
Recently I received a mail from someone whose disk usage increased in Windows 7 by 20%. Now that’s totally unacceptable! One of the best ways to find out what’s taking up all the space is to use a disk analyzer. Windows 7 does not have a built-in disk analyzer, but there are many free tools that you can use to analyze your disk!
If you have been looking for a good and free Windows 7 HTML editor, you don’t have that many choices, but there are some really awesome editors that can easily compete with professional HTML editors like Dreamweaver. Here are the TOP3 free HTML editors that fully support Windows 7.
No one is completely protected against spyware and malware. If you are looking for a Windows 7 spyware scanner, here are the TOP 5 free spyware removal tools that will help you to get rid of spyware, malware, viruses, trojans and other malicious files.
Our top choice to secure Windows 7 and remove malware is: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware
Do you need a Windows 7 Explorer replacement? Many people refuse to use the built-in explorer because it doesn’t provide the necessary features advanced users need.
Do you want a Windows 7 Dock Toolbar Gadget, just like the MAC dock? There are some freeware and shareware solutions that you might want to try.
Looking for a free resource editor for Windows 7 that supports Windows 32-bit as well as 64-bit?
There are plenty of good shareware resource editors, but I also found a great freeware resource editor that should be fine for changing your Start button for example.