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[Ask dotTechies] Best download website?

Posted By Ashraf On March 1, 2012 @ 12:00 AM In Ask dotTechies | 64 Comments

Yesterday I posted about a tip on how to avoid the crapware that comes with CNET Installer [1]. In the past I’ve discussed other download websites [2]such as Softpedia [3]. Now – inspired by a brilliant request by a recently a regular dotTechie, David Roper – I’d like to know what dotTechies have to say on this topic.

So, without further ado, share in the comments [4] below you the download website(s) you would recommend. This can be any website from which you download files from — it doesn’t have to necessarily be a website that hosts it own files. You can recommend one or more than one — it is up to you. Just be sure to give the name (or URL — but don’t spam) of the website(s) you are recommending and at least one reason per website on why you are recommending it.

If, by chance, you have a particular download website – or websites – you would like to tell people to stay away from then feel free to share that in the comments, too. If you are negatively recommending a website be sure to state clearly that you are *not* recommending the particular website(s) and include at least one reason why.

It will be interesting to see what websites dotTechies download from.


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[1] how to avoid the crapware that comes with CNET Installer: http://dottech.org/tipsntricks/keeping-them-honest/26870/tip-avoid-cnet-download-coms-ad-supported-installer-by-using-the-direct-download-link/

[2] download websites : http://dottech.org/tag/download-websites/

[3] Softpedia: http://dottech.org/tipsntricks/21447/tip-softpedia-allows-users-to-easily-identify-freeware-programs-that-come-bundled-with-toolbarsthird-party-programs/

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