I dont know if you accept shareware that isnt limited and doesnt stop working. but here goes.
From the site
EditPlus is an Internet-ready 32-bit text editor, HTML editor and programmers editor for Windows. While it can serve as a good replacement for Notepad, it also offers many powerful features for Web page authors and programmers.
For Mac OSX
Democracy- use to watch streaming videos and online TV for FREE (over 600 chan)
iSquint- converts most (except Real!!!!) video formats to ipod format
iTunes- (who doesn't have this?????) media player
Mplayer- another media player
VLC player- yet another media player, but supports WAY more files than itunes
iSwiff- play flash movies and games without browser
Adium- connects AIM, MSN, Yahoo, Google talk, etc and let's you connect to all of them at once
FFmpegX- it's shareware, but it still really good for video file conversion
handbrake- Rips DVDs into ipod format
Flip for Mac- lets you view WMV on quicktime
iPodDisk- Transfer from IPOD to your computer
xFactor- file sharing app like limewire, except it's better and looks a lot like itunes
Image Tricks-if you don't have photoshop, this is a free image editor
back after many months again, just visiting, some real nice improvements to the site ^_^<br>but can ya make the programs list's program names more apparent?<br>i lose track of all the names easily. the list hasn't changed much either lol
Good seeing you again Hasu.
I underlined all the programs, so it should be easier now.
And yeah... it hasn't changed at all. I've even found some stuff I should add to it, but alas... I'm lazy. Actually that's not completely it. It also has to do with there is a character limit per post. I believe I am VERY close to that limit, so it's kinda disheartening not being able to have it all in one post, or at least successive posts (although I suppose I could with Hybrid view or something).
If I ever get my hands on a small server, I'll offsite the entire thing and re-write it in HTML... make it quite nice. Alas, this is how it is now. I'm afraid members have to read the entire thread to get all the programs. :S
I have finally offsited this list. You can view it here.
It's not fully up to date yet, but will so be. If you have some freeware or find an error in the list, let me know and I will fix it.
Thanks to all the contributors thus-far.
Hopefully this way it's easier to read and maintain. :)
Ok, now it's fully up2date.
My fingers hurt... remind me not to get that far behind again.
Rocketdock (www.rocketdock.com) a great alternative to objectDock, and its very lightweight, now supports minimized windows going to the dock.
CCleaner (http://www.ccleaner.com/) cleans up all the mess you made and the ones that you didn't! Internet Temporary files, Registry not used keys.. and such.. Very good for a quick clean up on you HD.
HijackThis (http://www.trendsecure.com/portal/en...kthis/download) Must have tool for diagnosis!
Codecs - How else can you play that file.
Combined Community Codec Pack (http://www.cccp-project.net/) Pack used for most anime-fan-subs groups, it should contain everything you need to run any type of file. (even non anime related)
For the brave of heart! Singles codecs, only use if you know what you doing!
FFDShow Tryouts (http://ffdshow-tryout.sourceforge.net/) - Xvid, H.264, FLV1, MPEG2, AAC, Vorbis, AC3, DTS, etc.
MatroskaSplitter (http://haali.cs.msu.ru/mkv/) - MKV, MP4, OGG/OGM, MPEG TS
RealAlternative (http://codecguide.com/download_real.htm) - Who needs realplayer?
QuickTimeAlternative (http://www.codecguide.com/download_qt.htm) But most with iPods won't need it..
DivX (http://www.divx.com/divx/windows/) I don't think anyone use it anymore.. but.
ATI Tray Tools (http://www.guru3d.com/article/atitraytools/189) ATI Cards are never the same after it!
sisoft sandra,good for diagnostic and overvlovking(sadly it's a shareware) http://www.sisoftware.net/
For Linux- Ubuntu 7.10 a free Debian base OS
but don't forget to install Compix Fusion to get the 3d Cube desktop and other fancy stuff
Oh yeah Ubuntu also come in Kubuntu a kde version of Ubuntu (Gnome)
If you want to run your favorite programs in Linux you can also tried running it through
Wine (Wine Is Not an Emulator)
For torrents I use utorrent and it seems also work in Ubuntu throught Wine