How could you go wrong with the words free and spectacular in it. Some very useful and awesome (some would even say spectacular) windows tools.
For Windows users there is virtually no end of choice of apps and with such a wealth of software titles, things can easily get somewhat overwhelming.
One of the great things about having a huge selection is not only the fact that there is choice, but also that there are free as well as paid-for programs that do the same job. We’ve collected together 50 of the finest apps to save you time hunting for the tools and utilities you need.
50 Spectacular Free Apps for Every Windows Installation
(Via Windows Appstorm.)
So lets put out another linked post as I have a good deal of links with some great information.
Mac AppStorm has put out a great article on 100 great Mac Applications.
We’ve spent hours and hours browsing the web, combing the Mac App Store and wandering through our own archives for the absolute best Mac apps around and we’ve found a whopping one hundred of them that we think you’ll love. Whether you’re looking for a screenshot utility, a todo list or even a great game to play, we’ve got you covered. We’re not merely offering a mindless list of links either, we took the time to tell you what each app does and why we love it so you can make an informed decision. Happy downloading!
— Check It Out Via Mac AppStorm
Linked: Useful WordPress Tools, Themes And Plugins
—Via Smashing Magazine
For those WordPress folks out there (and lets face it there are a lot of people using WordPress). There are some excellent tools and hints on this article. One of the best I have seen so be sure to check it out.
Mac AppStorm Has a nice article for beginning Mac users with suggestions of The 10 Apps That Every New Mac User Needs
Even if you’re new to all things Mac, you’ve most likely already realized that your computer comes packed with a great selection of built-in applications designed to cater to most people’s basic needs. However, it’s when installing third-party apps that the fun can really start and there’s a massive amount of software available for OS X, much of it free or priced competitively.
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