Title: [GreenYes] Re: Software suggestions?
Great list already, I will try to find out about some you list I've
never heard of. Never heard of NitroPDF, FoxIT is good PDF for cheap
but I'll check out nitro.
Anyway if you want to look smart, go to cnet.com's download.com site
and use the reviews and statistics (high downloads is likely good).
I am looking for good fleet management software by the way, vs.
creating our own MSAccess program agai, if anyone has suggestions.
On Dec 10, 3:40 pm, "M.Simons" <msim...@no.address> wrote:
> I just got a new laptop.. and I was busy searching for generic
> softwares for it, to improve it's performance, good new tools to
> use, etc.. so it occurred to me I should ask here whether anybody
> has any suggestions for more specialized tools or niche softwares
> that might not be commonly known about by people outside our
> field(s) of interest.
> What software do you find invaluable to managing and otherwise
> supporting WIIWD (what it is we do)?
> So the OS:
> It's Windows Vista (yuck!) -- eventually I will set it up to dual
> boot with Linux, but there are still 2 programs I need to use that
> don't yet run fully on WINE. Until then, I'm assuming a large
> number of folks here might also generically run Windows OSes, or
> software that might be cross-platform at least and may have some
> I have already downloaded the following more commonly known
> softwares: Firefox, Opera, Open Office, google earth, picasa, mIRC,
> Yahoo Messenger, AIM, gimp, irfanview, BOINC/World Community Grid,
> puTTy software package, winscp, PGOffline, NitroPDF..
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