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Paint.Net v3.5

Paint.net is an application I’ve found myself using on a day to day basis over the last couple of years. In my opinion it’s a perfect bridge between the ridiculously simple but underpowered ‘Microsoft Paint’ that’s bundled with Windows and the powerful but expensive to buy and difficult to learn ‘Adobe Photoshop’.

The majority of [...]

Blogging

We’re just in the process of changing over the design and functionality of the www.computerarticles.co.uk website and rather than creating our own interface again it has been suggested that a far easier and indeed more effective method would be to use the free blogging software WordPress. A blog is a website maintained by an individual [...]

OpenOffice 2.2

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been driven slowly mad by Microsoft Office 2007 and its new “easier to use” interface which I just can’t get my head around. The problem is that I’ve always been used to using keyboard short cuts and knowing exactly where to look for a particular function within a [...]

Firefox 1.5

With a new version of Firefox recently released I thought it was well time that I recap on this fantastic browser as far too many people are still using what I would consider to be the inferior Microsoft designed Internet Explorer.

My original review last year focussed [...]

TVexe.com

This week I’m going to do something a little bit unusual in Click;something that I don’t normally do. Almost every week I go in search of the best free software for you guys to download and give it my full recommendation but instead this week I’m going to review a piece of software that [...]

Freeware Files

I have featured a number of sites in the past which offer free downloads of fantastic utilities and assorted pieces of software. Unfortunately such sites often contain software which is simply trial versions or shareware rather than completely free of charge which makes finding the completely free goodies slightly more difficult.

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Firefox

It never ceases to amaze me how a company such as Microsoft can spend millions of man hours and dollars developing a program and then from seemingly out of the blue appears a free alternative on a shoestring budget and beats them hands down. Recently this has happened with the release of FireFox 1.0 which [...]

Sneak Previews – Windows Alternatives

You may remember a few weeks ago when I reviewed an alternative to PC computing;the Apple iMac. In similar contrast,there is also a range of Operating Systems for the PC that serve as an alternative to the Microsoft Windows Operating Systems,the most popular of which is generally considered to be Linux. This [...]