Thursday, 2 August 2012

Top 5 Free software tool's


Evernote
Rather than bookmarking your favorite blog posts articles and webpages use Evernote to organise them. Evernote comes with a variety of services such as web clipper which allows you to save anything you see online, it may be images, text or links to an article or site you found interesting. Evernote can be accessed on almost every computer where you can read your bookmarked items anytime and anywhere. Evernote can also be used to make notes and audio messages.


Gimp
Gimp is a great free alternative to those who can not afford Photoshop or don’t know how to use it. You can use Gimp for photo retouching, image composition and image authoring and it works on most operating systems.


Google Drive.
In the past few months Google launched Google Drive which is a cloud based file storage area. Google Drive gives the user 5 GB of free space to start with. Upload your most important files and document onto Google Drive and you can then access them anytime by logging into your Gmail account and navigating to Google Drive. 


Tweetdeck
For anyone who has a Twitter account Tweetdeck is a tool you should almost certainly be using. Tweetdeck is a social media dashboard application for management of your Twitter and Facebook accounts. With Tweetdeck you have a single dashboard which allows you to view direct messages, mentions, follower interactions and Facebook comments all on the one screen.


Notepad++
For those aspiring web developer’s Notepad++ is a great free tool to have. Notepad++ is a source code editor and makes it much easier to write code than in notepad. It provides a cleaner interface than notepad and you can run your code directly from Notepad++. With Notepad++ you can easily switch between tabs rather than having to constantly close and open new files.   


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