PSpad UltraEdit Netscape MediaMonkey Logos Icons Welcome to Daily Downloads brought to you by CyberNet! Each weekday we bring you the Windows software updates for widely used programs, and it’s safe to assume that all the software we list is freeware (we’ll try to note the paid-only programs).

As you browse the Internet during the day, feel free to post the software updates you come across in the comments below so that we can include them the following day!

–Stable Releases–

The software listed here have all been officially released by the developers.

  • Dead Pixel Tester 2.30c [Homepage] [Mirror]
    Type of Application: Pixel tester
    Changes: N/A
  • Netscape Navigator 9 [Homepage] [Release Notes] [Mirror] [Review]
    Type of Application: Web browser
    Changes: Lots of new features (see our previous review)
  • UltraEdit-32 13.20 [Homepage] [Release Notes] [Mirror] [Review]
    Cost: $49.95
    Type of Application: Text editor
    Changes: Search & replace favorites, SSH copy and paste, persistent selection, and more

–Pre-Releases (Alpha, Beta, etc…)–

The software listed here are pre-releases that may not be ready for everyday usage.

  • Executor 0.96 [Homepage] [Release Notes] [Mirror] [Review]
    Release: Beta
    Type of Application: Application launcher
    Changes: Several new features and bug fixes
  • MediaMonkey v3.0.0.1089 [Homepage] [Release Notes] [Mirror]
    Release: Beta 4
    Type of Application: Media manager
    Changes: Bug fixes
  • PSPad editor [Homepage] [Release Notes] [Mirror] [Review]
    Release: Beta
    Type of Application: Text editor
    Changes: Code explorer for Verilog, log window painting problems, and more

–Release Calendar–

This is a great way to keep up on the upcoming software releases.

  • October 16 – Firefox
  • October 18 – Ubuntu 7.10 [Review]
  • October 30 – Firefox 3 Milestone 9 [Review]
  • November 8 – Fedora 8
  • December 4 – 2.3.1 [Review]
  • January 15, 2008 – WordPress 2.4
  • March 4, 2008 – 2.4
  • September 2, 2008 – 3.0 [Review]

Thanks to “Jack of all Trades” for the tip on Netscape!