The Top 7 Free Windows 7 Software Programs written by: Anurag Ghosh•edited by: Bill Fulks•updated: 5/19/2011 So you have upgraded to Windows 7 and are looking for free Windows 7 software programs. Well, here are some of the best software programs for your OS. The Best Portable Apps A portable app is a “lite” version of a software, which can be run without being installed on the host computer, and which doesn’t modify the computer’s configuration information. In other words, you can run it, use it, and no-one will ever know you were there. 5 Websites For Every Portable Application On The Web 5 Websites For Every Portable Application On The Web You already know that some applications offer portable or "soft" installations, but don't you wish there was some place on the Internet where you could find any portable application? Read More Apart from being more flexible and secure when working on public computers, another good use for portable apps is to keep your number of installed apps to an absolute minimum. Installed programs take up space and can cause a computer to run slower, so the less you have installed the better. My personal policy is that I never install something if there is a portable version available.h2
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Microsoft Windows 7 review Deserved or not, Microsoft had dug itself a cool, deep, dark hole with Windows Vista. Users demanding that Redmond extend the life of Windows XP wasn't exactly something they could be proud of, either. Bombarded by complaints and negative press even after the first service pack was released, the bar had been set high for Vista's successor: Windows 7. This review is based on an official copy of the Windows 7 RTM that Microsoft provided to CNET on July 30, 2009. Luckily for Microsoft, Windows 7 is more than just spin. Comptia Security+ Certification Exam - Proprofs From Proprofs Comptia Security+ Certification Exam You are here: Home > Schools > Comptia > Wiki Home > Security+ Home [edit section] Our FREE Comptia Security+ Certification Exam Resources
The 9 nastiest things in your supermarket 1. "Pink slime" The gross factor: The meat industry likes to call it "lean finely textured beef," but after ABC News ran a story on it, the public just called it what it looks like — pink slime, a mixture of waste meat and fatty parts from higher-quality cuts of beef that have had the fat mechanically removed. Download Windows 7 - latest version Your download from the external website has completed. Click here to open the external download website again. Related videos Windows 7 Be a CCleaner superuser In this video tutorial we will show you what you can do with CCleaner and how to use it. Read more here:...