If you have purchased an inexpensive notebook, the more likely you will not want to waste money on expensive software. For this reason, it makes sense to use free software for your notebook. In this article I would like to acquaint you with the best free programs that you can use on your netbook today. Open Office is the best free office suite that you can install on your notebook. It's better than paying for an expensive license to Microsoft Office. In addition, on a netbook, you can also use online resources to create and edit documents, such as Google Docs and do all your work with documents in the browser. Even though that These solutions are free, they will work better than commercial versions.
To protect against viruses, you can also use the free program. The best, in my opinion, free antivirus is AVG. In addition to anti-virus AVG You can install the free version of Malwarebytes, which finds and removes malicious software, which usually can not remove anti-virus software. Together, these two programs will protect your PC from most potential problems. Dropbox is one wonderful program, which is very convenient to use on a netbook.
Free version of Dropbox gives you a few gigabytes of online storage, you can store data on the Internet and synchronize them between multiple your computers. To view multimedia files recommend using VLC player. It plays almost all formats and uses minimal system resources. VLC player is the perfect solution for a netbook. Also recommend you take a look at this overview of free video players. If you need to edit your photos or images, you can use Gimp. To edit photos right in your browser is useful to you program called Pixlr. However, note that if you edit lots of photos at once, your notebook should have a fairly large amount of RAM.