Google’s belligerent Panda: how Google’s algorithm updates hurt small sites and give others an...

Google’s last Panda 3.8 update which happened in late June 2012 took away two thirds of my traffic, reducing my readership to the same...

Four FREE apps that can transform how you read the news

With the explosion of information and news sources that is the hallmark of the internet, application developers are coming up with creative ways to...

The ten best Freewaregenius articles of 2011

It’s the time of year for ‘best of’ lists and looking back at the year we are leaving behind us. And what better way to...

The best Freewaregenius articles of 2012

We published many articles that we’re very proud of this year, and we’ve updated some older ones that we like a lot. In retrospect, our...

Submit your own tip or question in our new ‘user posts’ section

Want to start a discussion on this site? Looking for a specific freeware tool or app? Wondering about what the best free alternative to...

The best Freewaregenius articles of October 2012 (if you’ve missed them)

Most of our readers do not visit this site every day, and are likely to have missed some excellent articles; which is a shame,...

Software Mysteries (or: the rants and raves of a tech blogger)

I have installed and tested many hundreds of software titles since (and before) I started publishing this blog more than five years ago, and...

Overview of free video resources

I’m always keeping an eye on free programs and resources and, of late, have been overwhelmed by the sheer number of free video resources...

Finally! My “Top Freeware” page is updated

I just updated my "Top Freeware" page, which was very (very) long overdue, and making it into a "Top 30" listing in the process...

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The Best Free Antivirus for Windows – January 2016

I have been looking into the question of which free antivirus is the best for almost 10 years now, and the only way to...

“The Bafflement Fires” – an experimental game designed to manipulate your world view

We’ve always been interested in the intersection between games and art, and have written up a number of games by Jason Nelson exploring the...

Get cloud access to anything on your PC, with TackaCloud’s ‘Personal Cloud’

Although Dropbox and other cloud services have gotten us used to accessing our files anywhere from the cloud, somehow there is always that important...

Introducing: The Ballerina Monsters

Are you missing Freewaregenius and wondering what we’ve been doing for the past several months? One project I’ve been working on is: “The Ballerina...