Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Free Computing Resources

Software costs continue rising and, often, you pay for less than desirable results. Many people find it difficult to justify paying for basic software necessities such as firewalls and anti-virus.

Fear no more. There exist numerous free software applications that can help you improve your computing experience. Most are easy to set up and work seamlessly with your existing applications.

Over at Tech Support Alert they list the 46 best freeware utilities. Also, the site features a range of troubleshooting resources.

If you want to learn more about your computer, the always excellent Langa List should give you plenty to chew on. The free basic version covers a range of computing topics. It's well written and easy-to-understand. I've subscribed to this newsletter for years and highly recommend it.

Also, a word of warning. Anytime you make changes in your computer, you should back up your system first. What I've given you are resources. From this point, you're on your own.

If you have any personal favorites, tell other CTCN readers by posting in the comment section.


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