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What's your favourite freeware?

Asked by Mtl_zack (6762points) August 17th, 2010

Please specify Mac or PC or Linux

I love dropbox, twitterific, seashore, transmission, caffeine, adium and the unarchiver. I’m on a mac, by the way.

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ANef_is_Enuf's avatar

I’m not 100% sure of the definition of freeware, but I would say Gimp for PC.

iWitch's avatar

I really like Audacity. DivX is something I use at least weekly, but it’s only because I don’t have an alternative.

wilhel1812's avatar

Transmission, X-Moto, Cyberduck and The Unarchiver

Austinlad's avatar

Agree about Audacity for recording and editing. There’s a version for all platforms. It’s great.

ragingloli's avatar

Windows 7.

Dr_Lawrence's avatar

Mozilla’s Firefox browser is the best and most frequently used freeware from my viewpoint.

Genesis, a program for the cluster analysis of microarray data is the best freeware (with an academic licence) statistical tool I have ever used to elucidate the multidimensional relationships among datasets and cases. I am only aware of the PC version. I recommend highly for any of you interested in microarray analysis.

AC's avatar

A third for Audacity here. I can’t believe it’s free to be honest.

jaytkay's avatar

Multi-platform or web app
Firefox
Gmail
Dropbox
Google Docs
Picasa
iTunes
KeePass
FileZilla
Google Calendar

Windows
Paint.NET
IrfanView

DeanV's avatar

@ragingloli I see what you did there.

I like Google Chrome the most, really, but I don’t necessarily consider that freeware in the usual sense of the word. Alfred and Cloud are also pretty heavily used, as is Bowtie.

Those are all mac apps…

jerv's avatar

Linux itself has to be my favorite freeware.

Firefox, XnView, Media Player Classic:Home Cinema, Avira, and Spybot S&D are also on my list.

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ragingloli's avatar

Windows.
oh wait I already said that.

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