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Dibya

Best freeware software

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oh well , Please help me providing some good freeware alternative software for most used paid software

like ::

PowerIso

photoshop

nero

and other

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PowerISO - Daemon Tools Lite 10 (The trial versions just puts some ads, but you can use it forever.)  -  Supports Windows XP

PhotoShop - Paint.NET  -  Supports Windows XP with KernelEx

Nero - MagicISO  -  Supports Windows XP

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Don't know anyone who uses nero anymore, I recommend ImgBurn instead.

 

Aside from paint.net, you can use GIMP. I use it and its pretty good.

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7zip ,imgburn

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Gimp is great but paint.net is more lighter in weight

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I use very light software:

Bandizip,

Softmaker FreeOffice,

Potplayer,

ImgBurn,

HonilStylepix Portable,

SumatraPDF Portable,

IobitUnistaller Portable,

Sumo Portable.

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thanks all.

I think following will be great

Bandizip
ExLex office
KliteCodecPack Mega(include MPHC)
ImgBurn

Ms calc plus

Iobit Uninstaller

Sumatra PDF

Notepad++

Resource Hacker 4.2.5

Universal Extractor 1.6.1

uTorrent 3.4.5.41801

Mozilla Firefox

paint.net

rocketdock

Ccleaner

Glarry utilities

DoPDF(old version , doesnot require any dot.net)

7zip

Iobit game booster

Daemon tool lite

Ausalogic disc defrag free

:yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes:

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Any lightweight free antivirus?

Esed is great but i didnot want pay a single rupee

Avast/avira/avg are too much eating reasoarce.

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Better a good security setup:

MalwareBytes Anti-Exploit free

+

PsExec (To run Firefox as with limited-user privileges)

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/psexec.aspx

+ Firefox + UBlock Origin + Noscript + HTTPS Everywhere

+

MalwareBytes AntiRamsoware (beta) Not support Windows XP

http://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/malwarebytes-anti-ransomware-beta.383333/#post-2559068

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great . thanks

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A couple areas aren't covered by your list.

IrfanView or FastStone Viewer for image management, viewing and simple conversion.

Foobar2000, or Winamp + Mp3Tag for audio playback and conversion.

Exact Audo Copy, FileZilla (older versions).

Serif PagePlus Starter, half baked replacement for InDesign.

Older versions of the Sysinternals utilities, or Process Hacker + Currports.

Many things from NirSoft might occasionally be useful.

You could just use Photoshop CS2 (and the rest of the suite) for free. It's faster, more capable and compatible with older plaforms.

uTorrent 2.x is much better, with same capabilities, but without ads and cloud/social/mobile BS.

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thanks

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There is Pixlr and Inkscape, don't know if they are the best for you but give them a try I would say. Inkscape is darn powerful if you know how to use it, it blows something like Corel Draw away ;).

 

 

And rocketdock... err, why have that?  :huh:

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