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Jason Hamilton writes the occasional post for FreewareGenius when he finds software worth recommending and the time. He is a full-time system administrator and writes more frequently at 404 Tech Support and AssumeAwesome.

Tubalr streamlines YouTube for a pure music video experience

YouTube is a great source for finding music videos. If I hear a song on the radio and want to check the lyrics or...

Chrome app Msgboy embraces the web stream, breathes new life into RSS

Msgboy is an app for Google Chrome that mixes elements of Pinterest, RSS, and link aggregators like StumbleUpon in a very visual way. Once...

Fly free with Microsoft Flight

It seems this site’s vision of "some day all software will be free" has taken another step toward actualization with the legendary Microsoft Flightsimulator...

Build and manage your home inventory with HomeZada Essentials

HomeZada Essentials is a free web service that greatly simplifies the management of your home. You can pay for some premium features but this...

Learn programming with 3D video producer ‘Alice 3’

Somewhat along the same vein as Kodu, which we wrote about earlier this month, Alice is a free teaching tool to explore object-oriented programming...

Make designs for 3D printing with netfabb Studio Basic

3D printing is most likely the next revolution in computers and many other industries. It allows you to create objects on demand to whatever...

Go “Cold Turkey” to break your addiction to certain websites

Just in time for finals (if you're attending school), you might find yourself pretty easily distracted from doing your necessary work or studying.If you...

OdoPlus and IOGraph – Create Art By Tracking Your Mouse and Clicks

OdoPlus and MousePath are two free applications that run in the background and can tell you a bit more about your mousing activity during...

Eclipse.TV: A Portal of Visual Bookmarks for Streaming Videos

Streaming websites are easy enough to get to, they're just websites.  Whether you type in the address, click a bookmark/favorite, or search for your...

MiniTool Power Data Recovery Free Edition: Recover Files From Broken Drives

I loaned my wife my USB drive that had YUMI, the successor/rename of the MultiBoot USB tool, on it with CloneZilla loaded in order...

XBMC: a slick interface makes your computer a media hub

XBMC, renamed to its abbreviation from its XBox Media Center roots, has a niche use case but if it's what you're looking for, it...

Freeware to Get Started With GIS And Explore Mapped Data

As the Web and the world have become increasingly data-driven, GIS is just another tool to process that data. GIS stands for Geographic Information System,...

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