Given the amount of software testing I do, I download software all the time. A lot of what I need comes in the form of ISO files. So one of the first tools I install on my new Windows systems is an ISO image mounter called Daemon Tools Lite. Although Daemon Tools can do a bunch of other stuff, I use it just to mount ISO images on virtual CD/DVD drives that the software creates. This allows me to load an ISO as if I were inserting a disc into a CD drive.
Five good apps to kick off a new Windows desktop
by Scott Lowe | March 5, 2012, 1:18pm PST | Image 2 of 8
ISO image mounter/Virtual optical drive (Daemon Tools)
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I've been using OO since it was Star Office and haven't looked back.
But I leave it in native mode, even though I sometimes send stuff I have to send out in Word format.
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07 - IrfanView image viewing software, also does some manipulation
08 - PowerDesk Pro (not free but replaces windows explorer handily)
09 - Jarte great text handler does rtf's and handles pictures in text easily
10 - Nitro PDF handles pdf files works great with Jarte
11 - VLC plays almost all movie files
12 - Media Monkey great for handling all audio files including flacs
13 - Firefox works much better than IE especially with add-ons
14 - Avast free antivirus
15 - Calibre great for reading ebooks
16 - FreeArc ; another archiver
17 - TeraCopy great file copying tool that verifies before wiping the moved file
18 - uTorrent torrent client
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