Added XnView [graphics]
Removed DeepBurner (was only a 30 day trial version, doesn’t fit our guidelines)
Updated many application versions
Updated WinMX with note that the network has been offline for some time
Added Opera [internet : Web, mail, news]
Added Blender [graphics]
Added gnuplot [graphics]
Added Inkscape [graphics]
Added Ghostscript [office : PostScript and PDF]
Added Notepad++ [utility : text editors]
Added SpamPal [security : antispam]
Added IZArc [utility : file/misc]
Added Brava Reader [office]
Added VirtualDub [multimedia : audio/video editors]
Added Sygate Personal Firewall [security : antivirus]
Added DeepBurner Free [utility : CD/DVD]
Added iTunes [multimedia : media players]
Added DVD Decrypter [utility : CD/DVD]
Added DVD Shrink [utility : CD/DVD]
Added Audiograbber [utility : CD/DVD]
Added CDBurnerXP Pro [utility : CD/DVD]
Added CDex [utility : CD/DVD]
Added Picasa 2 [multimedia : players/viewers]
Added Foxit PDF Reader [office]
Added Real Alternative [multimedia : media players]
Added Crimson Editor [utility: text editors]
Added Media Player Classic (MPC) [multimedia : media players]
Added Ultr@VNC [utility : network]
Added avast! Home Edition
Added AntiVir Personal Edition
Added AVG Free Edition
Added a Search and full software index to quickly locate titles.
CleanSoftware.org got linked by Slashdot.org, bringing in a flood of traffic and over 400 emails. Thanks for all your feedback and encouragement! It’s nice to know this will be a useful resource for many. I am reading the Slashdot comments and your emails, and hope to improve the site. New software will be added, but as you can see from the FAQ there are several criteria I look for, including general daily-use appeal, as well as personal familiarity. I will review suggestions as I find time.
Added Trillian Basic
Adobe Acrobat/Reader has been marked because several optional third party software is presented at download time (not necessary to install). Vendor’s own advertising within the software can also be disabled.
IrfanView has been marked because there is an option during installation to enable advertising, which you should watch.
Winamp has been marked because there is an option during installation to enable usage tracking, which you should watch.
There is now an icon beside each title (, , ) meant to bring your attention to any possible concerns with the title. This is described in the FAQ.
CleanSoftware.org goes live!