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Top Freeware Picks from 2005

By JASON BAILEY
Sun Advocate/Progress Webmaster


Now that 2005 is in the history books, we have an opportunity to look back at some of the best and worst things the year brought us. So, I thought I'd share some of my favorite freeware programs that were brought to us by some very talented and generous software developers.

Some are entirely free and open (open-source), and others are simply freeware. In either case, you can use them at home or at work without worry.

All of these programs run on Windows, but some also run on additional platforms, like Linux or Macintosh OS-X. Programs are not listed in any particular order.

The Sun Advocate and Emery County Progress do not necessarily endorse the opinions of the author, nor are they responsible for any damage that may result from the installation or use of these programs!

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