This week, Apple chose Spark Camera as its App of the Week. Normally $1.99, the app will remain free in the App Store for a very limited time.
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Is your computer having problems starting up? Usually the first thing to go is the harddrive, but it may be worth checking your RAM too and this guide will show you how.
Fed up with how slow Adobe Reader is? Appalled at how expensive Adobe Acrobat is? Then try one of those free tools for creating and viewing PDFs.
Let me gush for a while about one of my favorite free Mac downloads out there. It’s Bean for Mac OS X. Bean is a free word processor for Mac users, and it does everything right.
What if you could completely take over your desktop? Draw where you want, type where you want, control all of your zoom levels, and even manage time.
Have you ever wanted to take a PDF document and turn it into a slideshow? Neevia’s free online converter is perfect for such a job.
The Sidebar in Windows 7 and Vista can be very handy if you have the right Gadgets installed. Here’s my top five gadgets I think everyone should install.
Want to save your hearing and stop annoyingly loud commercials on Hulu Plus an more? SoundLock is a free Windows utility that lets you set a maximum volume cap.
Looking for a good free music player for Windows to replace iTunes? MusicBee is fast, powerful, and might be exactly what you’re looking for.
Do you read eBooks and want to read them on multiple devices? Calibre is a free desktop program that lets you move them between devices and computers.
Adobe Creative Suite 2 was released in 2005, but despite what Adobe says, unfettered downloads of some of its most popular and expensive software is growing.
Do you own a Kindle device and belong to Amazon Prime? Good news! Amazon’s Lending Library Service allows you to read one free book each month. Details inside!
Want to see folder and file sizes while in the Detailed view of Windows File Explorer? Folder Size from MindGems makes it much easier Windows’ default view.
Copying files in Windows 7 and lower is buggy and slow. SuperCopier is a free program that aims to fix that by replacing it, and here’s how it works.