Freeware/shareware image viewer for Windows that has some editing features too. The plugins have to be downloaded separately, but they can be downloaded from the same page as the program itself.
I've been using this viewer for years now, and still have no need to look elsewhere. It's fast and has lots of options to play with, but the defaults are pretty much ok.
Free for non-commercial use.
For me this feels a little messier than KeePass, and you just have to trust that your passwords really are safe in the LastPass servers.
If you are ok with those, then this is a good choise for a password safe, as long as your master password is good enough of course :)
I have been using the paid version so that I can use the mobile version too. So far so good, no problems.
Looking for replacement for windows default notepad? Look no further.
This one has a lot of good stuff without the feeling it's bloated. Works fast, and you can have plugins for it. (I use Compare, and TextFX (for sorting) plugins)
Free of charge, and free of ads.
Excellent freeware audio player for the Windows platform. Supports several popular audio formats.
Open component architecture allowing third-party developers to extend functionality of the player.
The player might look a bit barren for some, but it is fast and light, I have had no problems at all with it.
Mp3tag is a freeware metadata editor for many audio file formats, including AAC, FLAC, APE, MP3, MPEG-4 (mp4/m4a/m4b/iTunes compatible), MPC, OGG, OptimFROG OFR, OFS, SPX, TAK, TTA, WMA, WV. I have been using it a while now, and have been really happy with it.
KeePass is a free open source password manager. I have used this for quite a while now, and have no reason to look elsewhere. There is also an app available for iPhone, Android, WP7, and few others. I have heard that LastPass is good too, but I am used to this one and this costs nothing and has no ads.
Excellent browser, passes Acid3 test 100/100 (acid3.acidtests.org/)
Only thing that concerns me a bit is privacy, since google has it's fingers on it after all :)
However, looking at privacy notes, to me they look acceptable even though I am no expert on the matter.
And afterall, if it had major issues, it wouldn't be the most popular browser at the moment.