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Day 25: a brilliantly crafted downhill skiing sim that will test your skill and timing.
Day 24: record video clips and take photos, apply fun filters and share them via Facebook.
Pokemon Go’s final event of 2016 brings additional eggs, incubators and starters galore.
Day 23: a fun, free tool for creating your own games – no design or programming experience required.
Day 22: an amazing virtual planetarium for your desktop that lets you stargaze from anywhere in the world.
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Version 6.1 of the super-flexible open source browser gets new tab-title notifications and tab stack renaming.
Day 20: A free photo editor that gives pictures a vintage twist with over 20 filters, plus light effects and vignettes.
Day 20: make fun animations by morphing one portrait photo into another
Day 19: a powerful free player and organizer that can tackle even the biggest music libraries.
Day 18: an addictive spacecraft simulator that lets you build and launch your own rocket.
Day 17: an incredibly powerful set of photo-enhancing filters that work as Photoshop plugins or standalone programs.
Day 16: a professional-grade 360-degree photo and video viewer, with support for VR headsets.
Including Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon and a recent incarnation of Assassin’s Creed.
Organize and enjoy your music with intelligent tagging and playback options that make the most of your hardware.
Day 15: recreate any picture from a selection of photographs with just a few clicks.
Day 14: fake the effect of HDR photography convincingly using just one ordinary photo, with no complicated masking.
The formerly Mac-exclusive Photoshop rival makes its PC debut.
Our daily pick of the best free Windows software – a distraction-eliminating text editor with brilliant time-mangement tools to make you more productive.
Day 13: a fantastic music visualization program that creates detailed wireframe models that morph to the beat.
Twitter and Transport NSW joining forces to make your commute a little less painful
Our daily pick of the best free Windows software – a browser that doesn’t just protect privacy. It can save people’s skins too.
Day 12: use ordinary photos to create fun works of art in the style of Warhol, Lichtenstein and many more.
According to new data, Amazon’s The Grand Tour is now the most illegally downloaded TV show ever.
Got a Daydream View headset? You can now use it to watch Netflix and HBO in virtual reality.
Tech has killed off the humble postcard and replaced it with these simple photo-sharing alternatives
Our daily pick of the best free Windows software – don’t even think about paying for video software until you’ve tried this.
Day 10: build a global empire with this open source take on Sid Meir’s Civilization series.
Day 10: a sleek media player specially designed to help you discover new music, videos, and artists.
Day nine: an open source painting program created by public-spirited artists specially for you.
Enter Digiarty Software’s giveaway to win its leading DVD ripping software on Windows for free.
Our daily pick of the best free Windows software – a superb photo editor to enhance pictures with a single click.
Day four: the first big-name media player to support 360-degree video and photos without extra plugins.
From increasingly sophisticated hackers to over-zealous politicians, there’s no shortage of threats.
Day three: a superb app for controlling your Android phone and sending messages from your PC.
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