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7 Free Softwares Your Computer Must Have

By SiliconIndia  |   Monday, 10 February 2014, 05:37 Hrs   |    3 Comments
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Bangalore:  Apart from installing the obvious software like Office, Firefox and VLC player, there are few more apps that are worth having on your system. These apps though not as popular as the previously mentioned, but are equally useful and important. What’s more, you these apps are absolutely free. Here is a list of 7 best software that you must have on your PC, as reported by Times Of India.

1. Dexpot

It is common to have a messy desktop, thanks to shortage of time to organize the same. However, with Dexpot one can have multiple desktops. Being virtual desktop software, Dexpot lets you have separate desktops for work and play. Each desktop can have different running apps, different icons and a suitable wallpaper to go with the theme. The best part is you can switch between the desktops with keyboard or mouse shortcuts. It is available for free if you are using it for privately.  
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Reader's comments(3)
1: Good recommendations. I definitley need to try Dexpot. I agree with Jenn, I prefer RoboForm over KeyPass as well.
Posted by:Jimmy - 11 Feb, 2014
I agree, very similar password managers but Keepass wasn't able to be used on all of my devices where RoboForm is installed on my Windows and Mac computers as well as my phone and tablet.
AlSimmons Replied to: Jimmy - 06 Mar, 2014
3: I recommend roboform as a password manager to use. KeePass is good but Roboform works better.
Posted by:Jenn - 10 Feb, 2014
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