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Top 10 Free Software To Install On Your New Windows PC

A new Windows computer needs good software if the user wants to make the most out of his machine. Windows 7 does come bundled with useful tools, but that isn’t enough. The millions of consumer software vendors around the world would have gone out of business if that were the case.

This post will talk about top 10 free software that one must install on his new Windows computer. I’ve tried to limit the article to only those tools which, in my opinion, should be the first 10 tools one should install and use on a new PC. If you have other opinions and suggestions for tools, which I am sure a lot of you would, I urge you to share them in the comments of main wesite (ENTER) so that all our readers can take a look at them.

So, lets begin with the list.

1. EASEUS Partition Master

easeus partition manager

2. PC Decrapifier

pc decrapifier

3. Macrium Reflect or Windows Backup and Restore

macrium reflect

4. Ninite


5. Revo Uninstaller

revo uninstaller

6. CCleaner


7. Microsoft Security Essentials

ms security essentials

8. Dropbox or Syncback SE


9. Recuva


10. VLC and Chrome / Firefox

Lastly, but by no means the leastly (or least, whatever), we have our usual suspects – VLC media player and Chrome and / or Firefox, which I am clubbing together in the same point. Oh, and you don’t need to install these separately because Ninite will take care of that. Just make sure that you tick their names in Ninite before you start off with the installation. And while you are at it, check out our posts on Chrome and Firefox. Further reading please visit http://www.guidingtech.com/5829/top-free-software-for-new-windows-computer-pc/


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