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Users to the website can join CNET Download for free, which provides access to CNET Download and other services. On the site, users can find information about downloads—new ones, reviews, news, tips and tricks, comparison pricing, blogs, and more.
GetRight is a download manager to help you download files from the Internet. It features download resuming, accelerating, scheduling, and more. This software solves the problem of losing a large file as it downloads.
eBooks, launched in 2000, aims to be the pre-eminent online book dealer with tens of thousands of books already in their database. Users can download entire books, chapters, or portions of a book.
Emusic had its origins in the early 1990s and became the first digital music subscription service in 2000. It allows subscribers to own, not rent, their music. It is the largest service to sell tracks for MP3 players, which includes IPODs.
Evrsoft, founded in 1998, produces and sells software for web site designers. Their premier product, 1st Page, has been downloaded by over 30 million users. Evrsoft also produces software to allow credit card processing on websites.
This is Yahoo's music site. Users can download music, find out about artists, new recordings and videos, see videos, consult charts, access over 2 million songs, and more.
CNET provides Technology product reviews, price comparisons, and other information about technology tools.
From this site, users can download the Google toolbar to any browser. There are also many buttons and other tools that can be added to customize a user's toolbar.
Opera Widgets are small, fun programs that run on Opera software. Users can find out about all sorts of widgets and download them from this site. There is also a link where developers of widgets can submits ideas.
This site provides access to free downloadable website statistic counters. The site explains what statistics are available, how to use them, and how to download them. It also offers demos, support, and forums.
All The Web, founded in 1999, is a search engine. Users can customize their searches by Web, News, Pictures, Video, or Audio with Web as the default.
Analog is free popular log analyzer software that runs on any operating system. On the website you can find out more about the product, read testimonials, download the system, and see sample reports.
Audible is a provider of spoken entertainment and information on the Internet.
EA was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California. It is an interactive entertainment software company.
This is the website for Fox News part of the Fox Entertainment Group, started by Rupert Murdoch, which has broadcast on cable since 1996.
Hotscripts, founded in 1998, is geared toward webmasters and programmers who want to enhance their sites with development tools. Hotscripts is a directory that compiles and disseminates program-related resources.
Invision Power Services produces and sells software for businesses and communities.
This is the official website of the IRS, a branch of the U.S. Treasury Department. The roots of the IRS go back to the Civil War when President Lincoln enacted an income tax to help pay for the war.
This website is the major source for downloads to Apple iPods, Macs, iPhones, and other Apple products. The site also contains information about all Apple products, including how to purchase refurbished iPods and other products.
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