Sugar coated Linux

Mozilla 1.0

I was a big fan of Netscape in the early days of the browser wars.
But even I have to admit that MS (the evil bastards) eventually
created a product far superior to the buggy Netscape (pretty
much any version prior to 6.*).

But finally, Mozilla has taken the code that hatched Netscape many, many
net-years ago and released what seems to be a very stable and
fast Mozilla 1.0.

It's got some great features (like the ability to prevent pop-up ads
and browser window resizing), and after having used it for about
a week, I haven't seen it crash once. Also, it's faster than any
Linux browser I've used and at least as fast as MSIE.

Go to their site and check it out:

Or just go here
go here
and download it.

A Clock for Windows

TClockEx - Taskbar Clock Enhancer
This is a simple, feature-rich, and free replacement for the
overly simplistic Windows system tray clock. I finally got tired
of hovering my mouse over the clock in order to get the date.

a better napster replacement

WinMX - The best way to share your media

Forget about Morpheus, Bearshare, Gnutella and the rest. Check this out...

Popup ads

If you find popup ads as annoying as I do, you should checkout some of the tools available to prevent them from filling up your desktop. Popup Killer is the one I'm currently using (when running windows). There are others, such as Ad Subtract that do something similar.

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