Top Best Software For PC

Generally in our daily lifestyle , the laptops or PCs are become very important for us. Any kind of works like making presentations and projects , connect to many people in same time etc we can do in our PCs. There are many different types of software which helps you to do any thing.So now I have top most software and now lets discuss one by one:-

1. Microsoft Office

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If you work from home having a powerful office is an absolute necessity so right now the top dog is Microsoft office with it you get various tools including the processor called Microsoft excel for doing spreadsheets , power point for presentation and their email calender and task manager application. Microsoft outlook office 365 personal will set you back around $70 per year for one user and the home edition is around $100 per year for up to six users its available for windows mac and Chromebook if you do prefer a one-time purchase office home and student 2019 is around one hundred and fifty dollars and limits you told me one windows or mac computer less apps and features included than office 365.

2. Libre Office

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If you are looking for a free office suite our favourite that is LibreOffice. It has good compatibility with Microsoft office and includes alternatives to Microsoft word excel and PowerPoint but does include a substitute for Microsoft outlook more on that coming up. LibreOffice is available for download on windows Mac and Linux. It is a totally free open-source alternative to the Microsoft office. Most of the programs that are provided in LibreOffice correspond with the comparable microsoft is their version of word calc is their version of excel and presses their version of PowerPoint base is access and draw is like publisher.LibreOffice products may not be as sleek and easy to use as Microsoft office products but these can cost you anywhere from one to three hundred dollars.

3. Microsoft Office Online and Thunderbird.

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An another alternative to consider is the completely free Microsoft Office online because its web-based and you can easily use in on any device making it great for collaboration while lacking some of the advanced feature most people would never use file compatibility is excellent with the desktop version of Microsoft Office not included with the free office suites is an outlook alternative so if you need a free cross platform email client for windows Mac or Linux.

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Thunderbird is what I recommend it was originally developed by the Mozilla Foundation the makers of the Firefox Browser. Thunderbird supports unlimited email accounts and syncs easily with most email providers like Gmail and outlook to name a few. It also includes a ton of features including tab email a dark theme and support for add-one that increase the functionality of Thunderbird when working from home having a screenshot tool the ton of features will make your life easier.

4. ShareX

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Share X is what I use its available for windows 7 , 8.1 and 10.I will have a pic for Linux and Mac coming up share X is free and open source and includes methods to capture your screen along with annotation tools to mark up your image. Share X blows away the screenshot tools built into the windows operating system with a lot more choices when capturing your screen in addition to full screen you can capture any open window a specific monitor there are various ways to capture a region and it even lets you record your screen. Alternatives for Share X on other operating system include shutter for Linux and Mac OS there Skitch from Evernote which is available in the App store.

5. Todoist

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List is not only great for your home life you can help you to stay organized in your work life- it keeps track of all your tasks projects and goals that can even be synced across all your devices its completely free to use with their basic service if you plan to collaborate with others and additional features their premium plan is $3.00 per user per month and for larger groups their business plan is $5 per month per user.To do a Stitz available for windows and Mac with apps for both iOS and Android and browser extensions for chrome Firefox and Safari and working remotely communication is one of the biggest hurdles you will have to overcome.

6. Slack

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Slack is an excellent instant messaging platform that is especially useful when working with the team on a specific project , not only is it highly customizable and you can integrate it with more than two thousand collaboration and office tools from its app directory with Slack the free option for slack has too many restriction direct men using it. The standard plan is where most groups who want to start. The cost of this software is as 667 per active user per month. Slack is available for windows Mac , Linux , iOS and Android.

7. VLC Media Player

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VLC Media Player they must have program and I recommend that have installed on their computer. It is great for those times when you need to play an audio and video file type that can not be played with media player that comes with your operating system. VLC media player is absolutely free and open source with mind blowing file format support and unlike some of its competitors , it is ad free and also does not track its own user as well as its available for Windows Mac and Linux.

8. Video Conferencing Softwares

If you are looking for video conferencing software so you have many choices there is Go ToMeeting , Cisco WebEx meetings and Google Hangouts meet to name a few. My personal favorite , I have been using for many years is good old Skype because it has cross platform for windows Mac and Linux most people use it for one on one video calls and it is also a excellent solution for video conferences of up to fifty people , and there is not charge for this. In recents weeks , the Zoom meetings has been gaining in popularity due to its pricing features and overall ease of use in the days leading up to the production of this video there have been many concerns regarding zooms privacy and possible security flaws. So it might be best to hold off using zoom for now until they can get their act together.

9. One Drive and Google Drive

One drive must have program especially if you work from home and it is also a reliable file sync and cloud storage service. One drive is what I use it lets see store share and sync files across multiple devices. It is available for Windows that are Mac iOS and Android. One drive with their basic plan and we will give 5 Gigabytes of storage for free and one hundred gigabytes is just a dollar ninety-nine per month if you subscribe to office 365 personal one terabyte is included and with office 365 home and you one terabyte per person for up to six people.

Other include Google Drive which gives you Fifteen gigabytes for free and it is available for Windows Mac , Android and iOS.

10. DropBox and IDrive

Dropbox is not so generous offering 2 gigabytes of storage for free but in addition to Microsoft , Mac, iOS and Linux and it is also available for Linux.

And for a fully featured backup solution , IDrive is what i use it will back up your entire drive settings program files and folder asa well as it will even copy the operation system. The basic plan will gives you fife gigabytes for free and it is also available for windows that are Mac , Linux , iOS and Android.

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