Top 10 Windows Apps

Top 10 Windows Apps

Top 10 Windows Apps

 

Whether you have just brought new System or re-installed Windows, Everything needs few apps which are being used on daily basis. For this year 2019 and even upcoming year 2020, you can use these few free apps that will definitely help the system to fulfil your requirements.

1. Photo Editing: Polarr

Polarr

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Polarr has crept up on us over the past few years, but since it made the jump from mobile to PC app, it’s proved to be one of the coolest and most capable photo-tweaking tools available, paid or not.

Alternatively: Adobe Photoshop Express

2. Music making: Cakewalk

Originally a DOS sequencer launched in 1987 and coming to Windows in 1991, Cakewalk recently came under new ownership and is back from the dead – those new owners decided the app was best given to the world for free.

Pro-level recording, all the tools you need to mix and master tracks, not to mention a host of software instruments and effects.

Alternatively: Ardour

3. Audio editing: Audacity

Audacity

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Audacity almost annoys us: we’re absolutely desperate to recommend something different in this slot, but there’s still nothing else that can hold a candle to it for audio cutting or tweaking. It’s a tool that everyone should have installed at all times.

4. Video editing: Shotcut

Shotcut

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Shotcut has been carving out its own niche in the video-editing world, and while it’s still catching up to the big boys, it’s also entirely free – no surprises, no restrictions.

Unless you look on the Microsoft Store, where it’s inexplicably paid-for. Don’t do that.

Alternatively: OpenShot

5. Notes: Notepad++

Notepad++

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There’s a whole lot of contextual formatting in Notepad++ (it is, after all, made for sketching code in all manner of languages), but it’s just as much a straightforward and capable alternative to Microsoft’s Notepad. And that’s a good thing.

6. Office: LibreOffice

LibreOffice

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Pretty much a free equivalent to Microsoft Office, and compatible with the same file formats, LibreOffice is a non-paid essential. It even does more: There’s a full database and a complex formula editor included.

Alternatively: Apache OpenOffice

7. Disk rescue: TestDisk

TestDisk

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Whole drive letting you down? Mechanical disk giving you the click of death? TestDisk can ignore all the usual safeguards and filesystems in order to wade through the raw data, sector by sector, giving you one last chance to rescue your files.

Alternatively: Paragon Rescue Kit

8. File manager: Tablacus

Tablacus

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Quite why Windows Explorer doesn’t have tabs in 2019 we don’t know, but Tablacus solves that problem: It’s a file manager that, yes, includes tabs. It also lets you tile folders in panes, and disable any components you don’t need.

Alternatively: XYplorer

9. Backup: Cobian Backup

Cobian Backup

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Cobian Backup is one of the most capable free backup packages there is. Send your files off to an external drive, send them to a network location, send them to an FTP server: whatever works.

Alternatively: EaseUS Todo Backup

10. System cleaner: CCleaner

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CCleaner does all those long, laborious clean-up tasks in one place. You can either run a selective scrubbing job, or set up a batch job to deal with everything at once. Just be wary of the pop-ups.

Alternatively: Advanced System Optimizer