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Interlocked is a modern take on the ancient concept of mechanical puzzles, done up in 3D.
Rainmeter is a free, open-source tool for putting system information on your desktop with oodles of style.
Predator lets you lock and unlock your desktop using a USB thumb drive.
This free and powerful programmer's text editor is built on the same foundation as Mozilla Firefox.
TouchCursor tries to wean users off the keyboard's arrow keys by using home row keys for navigation.
Elephant Quest is a free and addictive browser-based quest involving elephants, lasers, and a hat.
Safari Books Online offers access to a huge catalog of books and videos about computers and technology for a fixed monthly rate.
Video DownloadHelper is a free Firefox add-on for downloading videos from YouTube and others.
Kindle for PC is a very capable, full-featured and free e-book reader with great extras.
Fieldrunners HD may be enjoyable for newcomers to tower defense, but players experienced with the genre are likely to find it dull.
JDownloader is a powerful and free Java-based download manager...and PCWorld has the installation file to get.
Breevy saves you time by replacing abbreviations you type with complete text.
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