Be Broadband recommends top five software picks

Tuesday, October 12th 2010
Experts at Be Broadband have recommended five software downloads to its subscribers.
Be Broadband recommends top five software picks
Be Broadband has recommended a number of useful pieces of software for consumers to download to their PCs and laptops.

The broadband and home phone provider called on its customers to highlight some of their favourite programmes and applications, before publishing a top five list on the Be blog.

Writing on the website, the company explained the files were "mainly the free stuff which you can download easily and is actually useful".

Among the software to win the approval of the experts at Be is the Avast 5 antivirus scanner, which works in real time when users are browsing the web, instant messaging, sharing files and sending and receiving emails.

CCleaner, which removes files that clutter a computer's hard drive and slow it down, also won praise from the internet service provider.

Last week, the company announced the launch of FreeBe Friday, in which subscribers have the chance to win a variety of gifts such as games, gadgets and free broadband.

Related Stories

Millions of Britons are living with broadband speeds that do not live up to their expectations.
Broadband customers are to be given powers to switch providers if their service does not meet their expectations.
Knutsford residents are benefiting from enhanced broadband services.
A new pilot scheme will aim to bring superfast broadband to hard-to-reach areas across North Lincolnshire.
The ongoing iNorthumberland project is to benefit from an additional influx of funds.
Shropshire residents are to benefit from an extra £5.5 million in funding for enhanced broadband services.

Add a comment

Your name
Your e-mail address

Comments (0)

Home  |  Guides  |  Links  |  Local  |  Sitemap  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms
Copyright © 2005-2024 All rights reserved.