The definitive guide to free software that you can not miss in your new PC (Part-II)

Yesterday,we give you some free software that you should try to get the things you need on your PC.Today we got some more and this is the last part of the article.So take a look at the apps and choose the best one according your needs.

1. Gimp


Gimp is an image editor with features very similar to incorporating Photoshop. It has the basic tools of design and composition of any of the major publishers of images, but is despised by its simple interface, who use Linux know that with Gimp can achieve great things.

2. Pixlr

Pixlr is an online image editing service. Its interface is very reminiscent to Photoshop and similar options available, it is the most complete. Pixlr lets you work with images saved on your computer, from a library like Facebook or open an image from a URL. Most of the available tools allow us to do the same as we would do in Gimp. In addition there is also a mobile version that you can use from anywhere you are.

3. VLC Media Player


Considered one of the best video players out there, VLC Media Player is a project of a non-profit organization composed mainly of volunteers. It is a completely free software that can play almost all formats of video and audio. Although many do not know their potential, we should mention that VLC Media Player also features playback of streaming media, multi-format conversion, video effects, subtitle and therefore is one of those essential tools for any user.

4. Spotify

Spotify is a service of streaming music playback. It is cross platform and its extensive catalog of songs is available for free by simply creating an account login. Spotify features great quality sound and simple interface that allows anyone to use it, can link your Facebook account to share what you hear and incorporates an internal messaging system. Also can be used as a music player importing your library of iTunes, Windows Media Player or directly selecting the music folder of your computer. You can also synchronize devices like iPods and iPhones.

5. Telegram

Telegram is a courier relatively new born to compete with the famous WhatsApp. Among the main features included is the safety in shipping and receiving messages.It is based on the cloud, which allows access it from multiple devices.Telegram is free, ad-free and offers free access to its API and other protocols. It can be used on your cell phone, on the web and the desktop version is simply nice to stay communicated.

6. Tweetdeck

We know the web version of Twitter does not incorporate all the functions that a user would like and therefore began to create the Twitter clients.Although there are many on the market, in my opinion, nobody beats Tweetdeck . This tool has the basic and necessary for any user, since incorporates some tips to help you make your Twitter the most, no matter you are a regular user or you to handle multiple merchant accounts.These tricks or features include: monitoring multiple timelines , scheduling tweets for publication later trigger alerts to keep you abreast of news highlights, among others.

7. Google Drive


Google Drive is a service cloud storage available for free via a Google account. Through it is possible to access 15 GB of space to store our documents and important files and have the ability to use Google Docs. The updated version makes it easier to locate our folders and files.

8. Dropbox

Dropbox uses the same dynamics using Google Drive for storing files in the cloud . It is cross-platform, meaning that it is compatible with desktops (Windows, Mac OSX, Linux) and mobile devices (Android, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry). To use this service you do need to register and there are some payment plans. The free account offers 2 GB storage space , the Pro 1TB and the Business account can provide up to 5TB.

9. JDownloader


My download manager favorite is JDownloader, because it is one of those programs that do the work for you. Be aware of the downloads directly from the browser is very complicated, starting with filters annoying advertising you have to spend before getting the actual link to the download. JDownloader capture those links from the clipboard to copy the URL of the download and immediately tells you if the file is available or if it was removed. It’s great when we download many files or many parts of one that automatically renews your IP and for download archives also helps you to remove them once the download is complete.

10. BurnAware

BurnAware is a free and very complete alternative that incorporates the best options for burning CDs, DVDs and Blu-Ray .BurnAware allows copying data discs, burn ISO images, MP3 recording discs, among others.

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