30. Nvu Pronounced N-View (short for New View), this complete Web authoring system aims to compete with FrontPage and Dreamweaver. For those who remember the old Netscape Composer, Nvu will seem very familiar. It allows you to switch easily between HTML and WYSIWYG views and runs on Linux, Windows, or Mac.
31. OmniformatNeed to convert a file from one format to another? Omniformat converts among 75 of the most popular document, image and other formats. The free version displays an ad each time you use it, or you can purchase an adware-free license key for $9.95.
32. Open Office At least 50 million people use this open source office suite that runs on Windows, Linux, Mac, or Solaris. It's won more awards than we can count, and yes, it truly does have enough features to compete against the more expensive word processing and spreadsheet packages. It even works seamlessly with the Microsoft Office file formats.
33. Pandora Started by the folks at the Music Genome Project, Pandora helps you find new music that suites your taste. You tell the site what music you like and uses finds similar songs to create a customized "radio station" just for you.
34. PBWiki According to the site, making a free wiki with this app is as easy as making a peanut butter sandwich. You get 5 GB of free space, hourly data backups, and secure access for collaborative documents. If you need more space or features, you can pay a fee to upgrade.
35. PicasaGoogle's photo organizer collects all the images on your computer and makes it easy to rename and move groups of pictures or single shots. You can also create albums, rate your photos, or add password protection.