iTunes is a free application for your Mac or PC. It organizes and plays your digital music and video on your computer. It syncs all your media with your iPod, iPhone, and Apple TV. And it’s a store on your computer, iPod touch, iPhone, and Apple TV that has everything you need to be entertained. Anywhere. Anytime.
iTunes latest version direct download links
iTunes version 9.0.3 – 32bit (Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 2003, Windows 7)
Direct download link from Apple
iTunes version 9.0.3 – 64bit (Windows Vista, Windows 7)
Direct download link from Apple
Firefox 3.6 has been out for almost a week now, but the latest major release is proving less popular than its predecessors, at least it terms of downloads, if only slightly so. This isn’t completely surprising as 3.6 is more of an evolutionary build which, while coming with quite a few new features and updates, is still a much smaller release than either 3.0 or even 3.5. By now, according to Mozilla’s own numbers, over 17 million people grabbed the latest and greatest Firefox. Technically, it’s not necessarily 17 million people as the same guy could have downloaded it 10 times. On the other hand, another guy could have downloaded it once and installed it for his entire family.
Of course, the bulk of it came in the first couple of days when eager enthusiasts grabbed the final version of Firefox’s latest iteration. In its first day of availability it, Firefox 3.6 was downloaded 4.5 million times, 66 percent of them by downloading the installer from the Mozilla page and 33 percent by using the “Check for Updates” feature inside the browser.
That sounds like a decent number of people, but considering that when Firefox 3.5 came out it managed to snatch 5 million downloads in just the first day, it doesn’t really sound that impressive. To put things in further perspective, Firefox 3.0 got 8 million downloads in the first 24 hours, setting a Guiness World Record in the process.
In the first two days, Firefox 3.6 was downloaded more than 6 million times. Things wined down a bit after that, but it’s still spreading at a healthy pace adding 2 million downloads just from last night, during daytime in the US, from where Firefox 3.6 got the most downloads, almost 3.5 million so far. Expectantly, the runner up in the country rankings is Germany with a little over 2 million downloads. Firefox is extremely popular in Germany and is already the majority browser. After the latest IE security scare numbers picked up even more in the country, so it looks like Firefox still has room to grow.
Google Earth can only be downloaded now using Google Updater. You download, run Google Updater and then it will grab Google Earth. I don’t know why Companies choose this way of installation. Broadband is indeed spreading, bandwidth and speed isn’t an issue. It will only take a few moments but I am someone who still wants a back up of installation file residing somewhere…
Following is the direct download link to late version of Google Earth 5 setup or installer, complete version number is 5.0.11337.1968 (beta), total size of the installation file is 9.90 MB. You don’t need Google Updater now. Just copy the following link, paste it in the browser or download manager and download.
Do leave a comment if this is what you were looking for and tell why do you like a standalone installer.
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