I decided to make another Top Apps and what better to do it on than another open source platform? So, here it is. My shorter, Top 3 Windows apps that I install every single time I get a new computer.
I always download Chrome because it is far better than Microsoft Edge aka Internet Explorer. It is safer, faster, and syncs my bookmarks and recent tabs and history between all of my devices. I change my phones a lot so this is really useful. I like the look of it better than FireFox as well.
I use this on my phones (one of my next Top 10) to access my Tablet (Tab S3) and my laptops when I need to. Currently 1 laptop is out of commission but I still use it to access the HP Laptop that I’m still using. It is nice to be able to have full access to everything on my external hard drive without having to bring it with me. I can drag and drop files, screenshots, and more for free. I have not paid for anything with this and it is a lot better than Chrome Remote Desktop which is what I was using previously. I like it better because it functions better. Everything on it is a lot easier and it doesn’t use that much battery either.
This is another application I love having on my computer. It works better than Windows Mail and Microsoft Outlook combined. I love the simple look of it and it is very easy to use. I don’t have any issues connecting any of my 6 emails to the application and it updates just as fast as my S8+/Pixel XL does as far as emails with Newton.
This was a pretty short blog because I just wanted to tell you guys the top 3 applications. I’m making this one smaller because I don’t have many “Must Have” windows applications and after these 3 it will be “usually download” then “sometimes download” then “rarely download”. I will have about 3 or 4 blogs in this series. I will post these once a month as well.
Thanks for reading! Let mek now what you think of these 3 applications or what applications you have to install when you get a new computer… Regardless of whether it is a Windows or Mac computer. 🙂