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This Week’s Top Downloads [Download Roundup]

16 Mar/09
  • Ten Must-Have Gmail Filters Available for Download (GMail)
    Now that you can export and import email filters with Gmail, we’ve decided to compile some of our favorite filters for organizing your inbox into a single, handy download. Come and get it!
  • Four Experimental Firefox Extensions We’re Into (Firefox)
    Every so often, Lifehacker rounds up Firefox add-ons that are too new for official approval, but seriously neat-looking. This batch can automate download management and image uploading, queue up MP3s, and manage Gmail tasks anywhere.
  • BackTrack is a Security-Focused Live CD Packed With System Tools (Linux Live CD)
    BackTrack was the winner of our recent Hive Five for best Live CD, so we decided to take it for a test drive and show off a few of the features for everybody else.
  • Put Google Calendar and Notes on Your iPhone Wallpaper (iPhone/iPod Touch)
    Two free apps for the iPhone and iPod touch give users the ability to add any text they’d like, or their upcoming Google Calendar appointments, to their home/unlock screens. Check out how they work in screenshots.
  • Songbird 1.1 Grabs Album Art in One Step, Runs Lighter and Faster (Windows/Mac/Linux)
    The free, multi-platform iTunes assaulter (if not quite killer) Songbird busts out great improvements for a 1.1 version, including a one-click album art grabber, performance improvements, and loads o’ little tweaks.
  • iTunes 8.1 Parties with iTunes DJ, Genius for TV and Movies (Windows/Mac)
    While the timing is mainly meant to support the new, ridiculously small iPod Shuffle, iTunes 8.1 adds a few other cool features. Check out the new iTunes DJ, and more in our screenshot gallery.
  • New Windows 7 Build (7057) Hits BitTorrent (Windows)
    A new build of Windows 7 appears to have shown up on the BitTorrent scene-build 7057. From first impressions over at Neowin, the build features some UAC fixes, improved superbar resizing, and some nice user interface updates like new user icons, wallpapers, and a snazzy new logon and shutdown dialog.
  • OpenWith.org Tells Your Mom How to Open That File (For Free) (Windows)
    The built-in tool for dealing with unknown file types in Windows simply doesn’t work. OpenWith.org does, and it points you, or your less free-software-savvy friends, to downloads that fit the bill.
  • UBitMenu Brings the Microsoft Office 2003 Menu Back to Office 2007 (Windows)
    We love Office 2007’s ribbon for its impressive keyboard shortcut integration, but for those of you who miss the Microsoft Office 2003 menu that’s entrenched in your muscle memory, UBitMenu can help.
  • MediaFox: A Firefox Build with Media on the Mind (Windows)
    If you’re considering ditching your cable television altogether and partaking of the buffet of free media available online, you definitely want to check out MediaFox, a custom version of Firefox Portable.


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