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The Basic Applications I Install

November 12, 2009

I recently had the opportunity to do a custom install of Windows 7 on my home office PC, which gave me the opportunity to catalog the applications I installed within the first couple of weeks. Here they are:

  • MS Security Essentials
  • Office 2007
  • Windows Live Essentials
  • J River Media Center 14
  • ListPro (I should try converting these lists to Splash Shopper for access on the iPhone)
  • ITunes and iTunes Folder Watch (used solely for transferring media to my iPhone)
  • WinZip (11.2)
  • Printer Drivers for our HP Photosmart Printer and Brother MFC Printer
  • Power DVD 8 (for the Blu-Ray drive I installed in the hope of doing rips soon)
  • AnyDVD HD, Video Redo and DVD Shrink (used for ripping DVDs into movies watchable on Media Center Extenders)
  • OggSync (to sync Outlook with Google services)
  • NannyPay (used to run payroll for our nanny)
  • Feed Demon (love the ability to sync read articles between home and work)
  • Foxit Reader (to avoid the intrusiveness of Acrobat Reader upgrades)
  • Quicken 2007 (almost time to upgrade)
  • Paperport 11
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