Two tips to make your computer run faster

We all know that sinking feeling… the computer that used to spring to life in a few seconds seems to take forever grinding its way to a reasonable state of usability. No doubt you will have searched for an answer and found the usual tips about uninstalling unnecessary programs, especially those that start automatically. What


Haozip: powerful free archiving manager

Haozip is a powerful free archive manager. It can compress and extract archives in 7z, ZIP and TAR formats and can extract RAR, ISO, UDF, ISZ, ACE, UUE, CAB, Bzip2, ARJ, JAR, LZH, RPM, Z, LZMA, NSIS, CHM, DMG, HFS, WIM, DEB, MSI, CPIO, XAR and other compression formats. Haozip is a full-featured archiving tool


AltRun: lightweight application launcher

AltRun is an open-source, lightweight launcher that launches applications, documents, and folders with just several keystrokes. This software also provides the flexibility to perform a wide range of tasks; examples of these include, but are not limited to, quickly running web searches, controlling on-screen windows, sending e-mails, and shutting down, restarting, suspending or hibernating the


TweetDeck: powerful, multi-platform, multi-device Twitter client

TweetDeck is a free Twitter client built on Adobe Air technology. It is multi-platform (runs on Windows, Mac, Linux, and any other environment that supports Adobe Air) and straddles multiple devices (both iPhone and iPad versions are available). TweedDeck is now the most popular Twitter app. Built by Twitter-client Iain Dodsworth, TweetDeck’s “reason for being”



War Rock is a first person shooter set in modern times. Players engage in combat as the two fictional sides, the Derbaran and the National Independence Union, or NIU for short., this game is similar in many respects to other existing FPSs, but will not set you back a penny. This game is brought to

Freespire Feat


Freespire is a free operating system based on Linux with KDE (Kool desktop environment). It is a full featured operating system that can be run from CD or alternatively installed on the Hard drive in it’s own partition. Note that Freespire development has ceased, and that the text below refers to a version of Freespire