The new Windows 10 will bring back some of the animations and blurring features of Windows Vista and Windows 7. The update is set to launch in May.
Full Throttle is a neat little utility for Windows that lets you run select apps with maximum grunt of your PC.
SpyGlass is a tiny yet powerful data visualizer for Windows which beautifully represents space occupied by various files and folders on your hard disk. It also doubles up as a handy duplicate file finder.
While this may come as a surprise to many, but the long under development Internet Explorer flavor of the famous Adblock Plus is now in a working state. Finally, you can try out the latest version of Internet Explorer without ads.
Lousiness, power cuts , blue screens, PC crashes you name it. There might be plenty of reasons why you did not save the document that you just worked on for hours. Luckily there is a neat little way to recover in Office 2010.
The apparent “flat look” which the Redmond giant tried to adopt replacing Aero feels extremely incomplete and unpolished. Removing Aero for Desktop users made very little sense. Thankfully there exists a new way to bring it back.
There are dozens of traditional start menu replacements floating around since the consumer preview days of Windows 8. However, StartMenu8 Beta from Iobit does the job of recreating a Windows 7 start menu for Windows 8 fairly well.
The much awaited integration of the key Microsoft & Facebook services with Skype is finally kicking into action and the latest beta is a firm step forward.
AutoUP is a must have App for anyone who wants all his Windows apps up-to-date with the least possible hassle.
You might have to wait a tad bit longer to get Jelly Bean working fully on your device but in the meantime you can definitely get the feel of the latest Android iteration on your Windows 7 desktop.