Productivity Boost for You – Find Time with Gizmo’s Freeware

Productivity Tools

Find Freeware to Boost Your Productivity!

Productivity is a goal for most of us – and what better time than at the start of a new week to think about ways to boost productivity and find more time?!

I was thinking about the productivity tools and apps that we use most frequently at The Time Finder, and came upon Gizmo’s Freeware – a website that offers lists and information of the best freeware applications – as  judged by independent contributors.

It’s a community-based effort – meaning that those who contribute to it are volunteers and not affiliated commercially with any of the products they recommend.


Each category includes lots of productivity tools!

The freeware lists available on the site are well-categorized, searchable, and comprehensive.  (You can click on the image to the right to see a larger version of the screen print).

Also, along with the lists of apps and tools are reviews and in-depth articles, and an active member forum where users post questions and problems related to freeware installation and use.

The information offered is rated by users, so you have a sense of its reliability and usefulness before you invest time in exploring an article or review. The number of users, combined with its lack of affiliation with commercial entities, means that Gizmo’s is the go-to place for information about freeware for thousands and thousands of people.  The proof is in the pudding:

The quality of the site’s content and it’s lack of commercial affiliation have contributed to its skyrocketing popularity.  As of  October 2014 it was rated by Alexa in the top 4000 sites in English speaking countries and in the top 6000 worldwide with more than 80,000 people visiting the site every day. It is also the most bookmarked site under “freeware” at most of the web’s major bookmarking services.

You can visit the site, read the articles, search the lists, and subscribe to the feed without registering.  But to participate in the community you need to register.  This allows you to leave comments, ask questions on the forum, etc.  You can also explore the possibility of becoming a volunteer editor if you are so inclined.

Whatever you decide to do, I recommend that you take a look at Gizmo’s to see if there’s some freeware that you’ve missed.  You may well find something to boost your productivity that you hadn’t even thought of!

Disclosure of Material Connection: I have no material connection with the brands, topics, or products that are mentioned here, and have not received any compensation for writing this content.

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