The word download is a verb. Download means (1) transfer a file or program from a central computer to a smaller computer or to a computer at a remote location.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word download.
Users to the website can join CNET Download
for free, which provides access to CNET Download and other services. On the site, users can find information about downloads--new ones, reviews, news, tips and tricks, comparison pricing, blogs, and more. The site is also searchable by type of software, including music and games. There is a continually updated list of download
GetRight is a download
manager to help you download files from the Internet. It features download resuming, accelerating, scheduling, and more. This software solves the problem of losing a large file as it downloads. It also provides a history so that users can easily find the files they've downloaded. And it provides faster downloading. More information on the website, including how to purchase.
eBooks, launched in 2000, aims to be the pre-eminent online book dealer with tens of thousands of books already in their database. Users can download
entire books, chapters, or portions of a book. The website is searchable by title, author, or subject. Users download
what they want and pay for it on the website. Books can be downloaded into a number of devices; these are explained on the site.
Emusic had its origins in the early 1990s and became the first digital music subscription service in 2000. It allows subscribers to own, not rent, their music. It is the largest service to sell tracks for MP3 players, which includes IPODs. Users can download
the emusic toolbar to get a free download everyday. There is also live music and access to all the top charts.
Evrsoft, founded in 1998, produces and sells software for web site designers. Their premier product, 1st Page, has been downloaded by over 30 million users. Evrsoft also produces software to allow credit card processing on websites. Users can download the software on this site and with the download, comes a one year membership to Dreamtemplate.com.
- Yahoo Music
This is Yahoo's music site. Users can download
music, find out about artists, new recordings and videos, see videos, consult charts, access over 2 million songs, and more.
CNET provides Technology product reviews, price comparisons, and other information about technology tools. On CNET users can watch videos that demystify technology, listen to podcasts, download
games, software, and music, post opinions about technology, and more.
- Google Toolbar
From this site, users can download
the Google toolbar to any browser. There are also many buttons and other tools that can be added to customize a user's toolbar.
- Opera Widgets
Opera Widgets are small, fun programs that run on Opera software. Users can find out about all sorts of widgets and download
them from this site. There is also a link where developers of widgets can submit ideas.
This site provides access to free downloadable website statistic counters. The site explains what statistics are available, how to use them, and how to download
them. It also offers demos, support, and forums.
Analog is free popular log analyzer software that runs on any operating system. On the website you can find out more about the product, read testimonials, download
the system, and see sample reports.
Audible is a provider of spoken entertainment and information on the Internet. Consumers can shop, purchase, and download
books and other spoken word products to their computers where they can be listened to, transferred to an M3P player, or burned to a CD.
- EA (Electronic Arts)
EA was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California. It is an interactive entertainment software company. The company develops, publishes, and distributes the software worldwide for videogame systems, personal computers, cellular handsets and the internet. EA supports the ratings of the ESRB rating system. The website lists all games and how to download.
- Fox News
This is the website for Fox News part of the Fox Entertainment Group, started by Rupert Murdoch, which has broadcast on cable since 1996. It contains breaking news, schedules of TV shows and news anchors, business, health, science, politics, weather, entertainment, and much more. Users can download
FoxNews.com to make it a homepage.
Hotscripts, founded in 1998, is geared toward webmasters and programmers who want to enhance their sites with development tools. Hotscripts is a directory that compiles and disseminates program-related resources. The website lists free sites as well as ones that users pay for and download. There are approximately 34,500 resources listed in over 1000 categories.
- Invision Power Services
Invision Power Services produces and sells software for businesses and communities. Its products include IP Board, bulletin board software; IP Blog which plugs into IP Board; IP Downloads, a comprehensive download
manager which integrates with IP Board; and IP Gallery, for picture-hosting needs. Learn about these products, companies who use them, and how to purchase them.
- Internal Revenue Service
This is the official website of the IRS, a branch of the U.S. Treasury Department. The roots of the IRS go back to the Civil War when President Lincoln enacted an income tax to help pay for the war. It was repealed and enacted again in 1913 with the 16th Amendment. On the website, users can download
tax forms, track refunds, and find specific information about tax laws and regulations.
This website is the major source for downloads to Apple iPods, Macs, iPhones, and other Apple products. The site also contains information about all Apple products, including how to purchase refurbished iPods and other products. The music downloads include music, video, TV shows, and more. There is also information about using the products and how to download
and news about new products.
On Jamendo artists distribute their music under Creative Commons licenses, which allows downloading, remixing, and sharing music for free. Users can listen to, download, and write reviews of the music. Writers and musicians are given an opportunity to have their music gain a wider audience. The website also contains blogs and news about new albums.
- K Desktop Environment
KDE, founded in 1996, is a network transparent contemporary desktop environment for UNIX workstations. KDE can be used as a user desktop or as a development platform for applications. Since its development, KDE has received numerous awards. The website describes the software and how to download
it, along with information about meetings of the Organization, publications, and more.
The Organization is an international effort to produce a freely available and redistributable UNIX-like operating system. NetBSD also contains a variety of other free software, including 4.4 BSD Lite from the University of California, Berkeley. The website explains their products, how to download, support, and how to make donations to the project.
- Open Source Web Design
Open Source Web Design is a collection of web designs submitted by the community that anyone can download
free of charge. OSWD was founded in 2000 and is located in Philadelphia. To date there are 2080 designs. Users can look at all the sites or search designer, favorites, and others.
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