When a new version of a program becomes available, so many of us are quick to download the updates to see what’s changed or what is better. While getting the latest is typically a good thing, sometimes it’s not. Maybe there are compatibility issues or other problems which require you to return to a previous version. When you want an older version of a program, at times it’s difficult to track it down. I have come across two different websites that make finding and downloading previous versions of software easy; they are versiontracker.com and old-versions.net.
Another website is old-versions.net which doesn’t have nearly the amount of programs that Version Tracker has, but the ones they do have are pretty common and probably the most widely used. They organize into categories such as internet, communications, and security. You can find well known programs such as Firefox, Opera, WinRAR, Winamp, Acrobat Reader, etc. They actually host the files themselves so you’ll have no problem getting the version that you want. While they lack the vast amount of software to choose from like Version Tracker has, you can be sure that you won’t have a problem downloading the file that you need as you won’t be sent to the developer’s site for the original download. If you have any reason to track down a previous version of software, try versiontracker.com or old-versions.net. Between the two sites you’re bound to find and get the download of what you’re looking for.