My best applications ever used

I wanted to put a post on all the great applications I have used/experienced till now. They have helped in many ways to solve my problems. So take a look.

Only the best applications/operating system:

Operating System

  • Windows XP
  • Ubuntu

Graphic Applications

  • Photo Pos Pro
  • Adobe Photoshop CS2

Movies Applications

  • VLC Player
  • Nero Showtime
  • FLV Player
  • Windows Media Player

Audio Applications

  • Winamp
  • Windows Media Player

Video Editing Softwares

  • Cyberlink PowerDirector
  • Ulead Video Studio
  • Windows Movie Maker
  • Nero Movie Maker


  • Avira
  • AVG


  • Comodo
  • Zone Alarm

Internet Browser

  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Netscape Navigator
  • Google Chrome

Office Package

  • Ms Office 2003
  • Ms Office 2007

Windows Explorer

  • Total Commander – powerful explorer

ISO Applications

  • Power ISO
  • Daemon Tools

Audio Converter

  • Xilisoft Audio Converter
  • Super

Video Converter

  • Wondershare Video Converter

PDF Reader

  • Foxit Reader

PDF Maker

  • Primo PDF

Download Manager

  • Internet Download Manager [always latest version]



7 Comments Add yours

  1. Thanks for sharing this. Keep up the great work. I love Yahoo.

  2. well… who is satisfied wiz open source nowadays.. I bet NO ONE. Most of the people i know, they are using cracked versions of all softwares and games.

    Concerning me, i love to download from rapidshare because the softwares are free of charge and OPEN SOURCE!!!![already cracked or with crack]… 🙂

    Is there any open source software for editing videos captured by a mini DV??

    It doesn’t exist. Whereas by downloading the Cyberlink Power Director, you can relax.

    Programs that are cracked or which are not open source but used widely around the world: Ms Office, Tune Up utilities, Photoshop, Internet Download Manager, Winrar, Word Web, Edraw Max, Avira, Photo Pos Pro, Winamp, Ulead Video Studio, Ulead Photo Studio, Nod32, NitroPDF, Total Commander, BitTorrent, etc..

    Bzw i like to use ubuntu 8.10, very nice and stable OS. But the messenger, open office, and the drawing applications are not that powerful..

    But opting for open source is not bad too. It depends on the type of work.

  3. $3|v3n says:

    LOL, when rapidshare is there, no need to buy!!! 🙂

    pffft, why do you need to do that when there’s open source application out there!

  4. above is a site promoting this post…

  5. LOL, when rapidshare is there, no need to buy!!! 🙂

    But some of them are free like avg, total commander, comodo, daemon tools, VLC Player, ubuntu, etc…

    Amazing that you have interests in flight games.. hmm

    Well I love my Call of Duty 4, FIFA 2009 [better that PES], Melbourne Cup and Need for Speed Undercover on my Quad Core for the time beings..

  6. How many of those did you buy? 🙂

    More seriously, I do indulge in some, ahem, borrowing too. I have Windows XP and Flight Simulator X on one PC at home. I am thinking of buying X-Plane though. It’s multiplatform (Mac and Linux too!) and in that way I would have absolutely no reason to have Windows XP as I do everything else with my MacBook and my Linux computers.

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