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Perils and Pitfalls of Upgrading a Computer Network Part 2

Having completed upgrading Windows it was time to install some Application Software  Having given the matter some thought I had a list of 'Standard Software' to install prepared the list appears below, note that most of it is Freeware.

Avast Anti Virus
Advanced System Care we find this quite useful
burnaware free  for occasional CD/DVD burning
Classic Shell Gets rid of W10's awful Tiles and makes 10 look like 7
Cyberfox  64 Bit Web Browser (My personal favourite)
Driver Booster Keeps system drivers up to date
Free video flip and rotate So people can see their phone videos the right way up!
Google Chrome
Google Earth Pro
iobit Uninstaller People will sometimes accidentaly install toolbars etc. despite restricted access policy
iobit Defrag
iobit Malware fighter unlike Malware Bytes this is free
iTunes Mostly to allow people to copy photos etc to/from iphones &ipods
Microsoft Office 2016 (Standard) Excel. Outlook, PowerPoint and Word  (Sadly Not Free!)
Microsoft Expression Assorted design software including Expression Web a fully comprehensive website editor (All my websites are built with it)
Paint. net
VLC Media Player Windows 10 lacks a decent video player VLC is top notch and free