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That’s all nice and fine, but what about all those little gems programs that work great, but don’t get all the headlines? CCleaner may be the most popular system maintenance tool out there, but what about…well, actually that’s the only one I recommend. Ever accidentally delete a file that you really needed?
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We’ve all heard of VLC media player and Windows Media Player, but what about Kodi and Media Monkey? If not that, you can also check out Light Works and Hit Film Express, two free professional-grade video editing programs. Speaking of videos, there are many times when you need to convert from one format to another. My favorites are Foxit, Nitro PDF Reader, and PDF-XChange Editor. If you want to create PDFs fast, there are a bunch of programs like Cute PDF, Primo PDF, Bullzip, PDF Creator, and lots more! Switching topics, I’m sure you back up your computer regularly right? If you just want to backup your data and not image your entire hard drive, you can use Google Backup and Sync to backup files and folders to your Google Drive storage. Whether you know it or not, you probably have a bunch of duplicate files on your computer! You can use Duplicate Cleaner to find and remove those duplicate files. If you want to save more hard drive space, you should look into a program that will analyze hard disk space usage, like Tree Size.
Don’t worry about Adobe Premiere, you can use other free programs like Windows Movie Maker, a product from Microsoft. If you prefer an online photo editor, checkout Pixlr and Be Funky. Looking for detailed information about the hardware on your computer.
If Blender is too complex for you, another great option for sketching in 3D is Sketch Up. While we’re on the topic, Free CAD is open-source parametric 3D CAD modeler. For space lovers, I always recommend Stellarium, which is basically a planetarium for your computer. Other good options include Mini Tool Partition Wizard and Ease Us Partition Master Free. You can turn it into a NAS device using a program called Free NAS. Since we’re talking about only Windows freeware programs, you might be interested in Disk2VHD, a program from Microsoft that will let you convert your current PC into a virtual machine that you can then load into Hyper-V. If so, check out GSplit, a nifty utility for splitting and re-joining files. Been in a situation where you needed to compare two files and see the differences? If so, check out PDFtk, a toolkit that lets you merge, split, and repair PDF files. For the network geeks out there, you have to try Spiceworks at home to really monitor what’s happening on the network.
Check out GParted, probably the best not-heard-of partition manager out there. Well you should check out Clip X, Ars Clip and Ditto clipboard, three cool clipboard manager programs. Drop It is a nifty little Windows program that lets you “drop” files onto a folder, which will then process the file according to your settings. Remote desktop is great for Windows computers, but for other platforms you’ll need something like Tight VNC or Ultra VNC. Got a spare computer with some extra storage on it? The best program for Windows in my view is Duolingo. Ever had to split a large file into a couple of pieces? Want to print something at your parents’ house from your house half-way across the country?