Tag Archives: freeware

Our Lucky 13 Freeware Picks (PLUS)

Our Lucky 13 Freeware Picks (PLUS) We grew up with freeware. When we first jumped on the Web over two decades ago, almost all software was freeware. Things have changed. But we still use love freeware – not just because it’s free – but because it’s good stuff. And you can’t beat the price. We… Read More »

YouTube Downloader Extraordinaire

    YouTube Downloader Extraordinaire For several years we’ve resisted the urge to recommend a free YouTube downloader because it seems that every time we’ve done this in the past, a few months after we recommend it, the developer decides to monetize the freeware – and that almost always means bundling it with something else… Read More »

Time to Take Ownership

    Time to Take Ownership File and folder permissions are normally set to protect your computer from unwanted actions. But when Windows denies you access to a folder or a file you want to delete and it won’t let you, it’s aggravating.  Files which you know exist but are not accessible because Windows says… Read More »

Easily Backup Your Gmail With UpSafe Free Gmail Backup

    Easily Backup Your Gmail With UpSafe Free Gmail Backup First, we want to point out that Google lets you backup your Google Account (including Gmail) free. It’s a bit convoluted and somewhat time-consuming, but it can be done. We show you how to do that here. But finally, there is an easier way… Read More »

Manage Multiple Gmail Accounts In Your Browser the Easy Way

    Manage Multiple Gmail Accounts In Your Browser the Easy Way Many people — including both of us — have multiple Gmail accounts. Perhaps you have one or more personal Gmail accounts and one or more you use for work. One thing all of us with multiple Gmail accounts know if you check your… Read More »

Puran File Recovery: A Cloudeight Freeware Pick

    Puran File Recovery:  A Cloudeight Freeware Pick Most Windows users know that when you delete a file it’s not really erased. Windows does a little sleight-of-hand and marks the space occupied by the deleted file as free space – and therefore available for Windows to use. So, even when you empty the recycle… Read More »