has always been a favorite
of ours (and we mirror our favorite sites. They have too much
stuff to mirror it ALL...) They've been around for years, and
recently transformed themselves into a commercial, for-profit
company, but have kept their focus on the Community of Internet
Users that pushed them into the commercial realm. They have a
TON of software, all organized, virus free, and easy to find.
They maintain the following sites:
X11, Console, Servers, Networking, Utilities, Distributions and
Multimedia, Graphics, Browsers, Utilities, Email, and more...
Audio, Browsers, Chat, Email, Games, HTML Tools, Utilities and
Learn how to build your own web site! Tools, utilities, how tu's
and more. Find it here!
Browsers, Chat, Utilities, Communications, Network Tools, Servers,
Security, and more...
The greatest place on the Network for kids! Offers the latest
software, online games and coloring fun just for kids!
News from around the Network and around the globe all in one
easy to find place! Click here
All the software you need for your PalmPilot,
or WindowsCE for your
Networking, Servers, Multimedia, Browsers, Utilities, Email,
An MP3 site that finally checks the QUALITY of music that is
uploaded? Click here for free MUSIC that doesn't suck!
HTML Accessories, Server Tools, Multimedia and more...
Windows ScreenSavers, Themes and Backgrounds...
The best selection of Shareware and Freeware casino and PC games...
Development, Multimedia, HTML Tools, Games and more...
Multimedia, Browsers, Chat, Networking, Utilities, Email, and
Program Launches and more! This is a cool place to check out
TUCOWS featured new applications!
MartNet Retro Software Archives:
Here you will find our collection
of the finest shareware and freeware for:
1995, MartNet has mirrored collections of hard to find, obselete
software for computer platforms no longer in current production.
Of course, many of these platforms live on in the form of software
Emulators that run on modern systems, so these archives are one
way we are preservice a small piece of Computing's history and
past. Feel free to download as much stuff as you like. If you
find these archives especially useful, or have any suggestions,
complaints, or comments, please send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
And please, support the shareware concept and send in your fee
For more information,
check out the following resources:
The History of Computing:
If you have a site that
you would like linked to this page, please send your request to
our local computer Historian and Webmaster at email@example.com.