FREE Great Programs for Windows 7


  1. Posts : 237
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #1421

    I have noticed that this free picture editing website is not on the list. This website is quite good. It is the one that Picasa recommends when you edit from there. The website is called Picnic

    Here is another Photo editing program that is free. This program I consider the best. But it is a little bit more in depth. I find it just a little bit more on the harder side to use than Picnic.

    FotoFlexer
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  2. Posts : 1,113
    windows 7 professional & ultimate 64bit laptops
       #1422

    Messer recorder


    I have used this for 10 yrs!


    Messer - Memo Session Sound Recorder


    It's a sound recorder that records anything you hear from a website or external hookup.Files will be recorded as an MP3 file. ( reason I have 175gigs of MP3's )

    but I think you have to have a soundcard that has WAVEOUT. ( my vista laptop does not have waveout)

    read the install carefully.




    it works on Win2000, Millennium, XP Home/Pro, Vista, Win7

    Carmine
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  3. Posts : 112
    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
       #1423

    Hello Brink and thanks for the great article! I was able to use many of your software's provided on this page. However, Please Consider adding the following.

    FARR (Find and Run Robot), a free application launcher
    ClamWinAV, Free Anti-Virus program
    P.Con.Planner, a free 3D Floor Planner
    Wings 3D, a free 3D modeler
    IP Scanner, as the name suggests, a free ip scanner
    Chandler, a free scheduling/email/notifier/notepad/alarm program by OSAF
    Free Mind, a free Mind Mapper
    Yed, an excellent java Grapher
    Eclipse, a free IDLE for many different languages
    PicPick, a free desktop program suit
    Tortise SVN, a free SVN client
    Unity, a free game creator/simple 3D modeler
    Open Pandora, a free desktop Pandora client
    LMMS, a free alternative to Fruity Loops Studios (whatever heading that falls under)
    DigiKam, a linux Photo Manager, can be installed using the KDE 4 Package installer for Windows

    Sorry for any duplicates that are already in the list. :-P
    The Unofficial
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  4. Posts : 8,399
    ultimate 64 sp1
       #1424

    thanks for picpick - just the ticket!
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  5. Posts : 389
    w7
       #1425

    Hi Brink etc.

    Did you guys miss my last post in this thread UnFREEz it is a free lil app that makes animated gifs and works on my w7 64bit. Do have to use other programs maybe to edit photos or screens to gif and same size. But this lil app can turn them into animated gif's

    Or maybe you guys did not care to use it for some reason- thats cool too. Just thought maybe you guys missed it. I know you guys can not add all of the millions of programs to your list- but I have seen no animated gif apps etc. Post it on main page or not is fine with me either way.

    If you guys like or think it might help to use it, I would gladly make a easy to follow walk through using unfreez and say irafan view with screen shots or I could even make a video or both. Desk top recordings are not so easy to get the best of quality video out of them. I could also use virtualdub and show folks how to pull clips out of videos to turn them into a animated gif too. Could be the winning touchdown from the supper bowl anything. Just let me know.

    UnFREEz 2.1 - WhitSoft Development

    You folks take care..
    Last edited by ezeht; 03 Mar 2011 at 16:45.
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  6. Posts : 112
    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
       #1426

    mickey megabyte said:
    thanks for picpick - just the ticket!
    No Problem!
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  7. Posts : 8,399
    ultimate 64 sp1
       #1427

    it would be even better if they stuck a 'save' button on the image editor, where the rather useless 'paste' button is now.
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  8. Posts : 112
    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
       #1428

    mickey megabyte said:
    it would be even better if they stuck a 'save' button on the image editor, where the rather useless 'paste' button is now.
    They did, if you click on the blue button in the top left hand corner, you can select "Save" and "Save as"

    Hope that helps, let me know if you need some screenies!
    The Unofficial
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  9. Posts : 8,399
    ultimate 64 sp1
       #1429

    i found the save button - but it's not the same as having it right there looking at you on the toolbar - sorry, ribbon...sigh.

    ..i guess i'm just lazy.
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  10. Posts : 112
    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
       #1430

    I understand. Sorry. You might be able to find the source code and change it though.

    Just an idea,
    The Unofficial
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