Stupid name, if you ask me. They used to be called freewaregames.org,
which suited them much better. This site isn't updated as often, but
contains loads and loads of PC freeware - no shareware/demoware/whatever.
This is a Linux games site. However, a large percentage of the games
here also have a Windows port. I found several of the games in my Games
link section on this site.
This is the website of a good friend of mine who does web design. If you're looking
for a professionally designed website, this is a good place.
Anandtech has the best hardware reviews, with the possible exception of
Tom's Hardware Guides. I always use Anandtech myself, though.
If I ever want to find out what the best graphics card, motherboard, etc.
is, I go here.
This has nothing to do with freeware, but this is a site I definitely recommend
ordering from. They are very helpful and ship on time, unlike a couple
of other online vendors I know of... Plus, if you go to pricewatch.com
(see below), you can find most of their stock at reduced prices.
This is a site to help you find the best prices on computer items. You
click on a category, and vendors are listed in that category with the lowest
priced vendor first. Highly recommended. Note that most of the
ram here is the lowest quality stuff, go to dealram.com for low-priced name
Here you can find good prices on name-brand ram like Crucial and Kingston,
as well as generic.
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