Two applications that may be useful if you like
reading. You can download e-books (lots of free ones are available) and enjoy
them on your computer. There are others available, Microsoft
Reader and Adobe e-book Reader, for example, which we will cover in Fun
With Freeware 2 but, if you are in a hurry, any search engine will lead
you to either or both.
Click on program names on the left to see more information, screenshots
etc., Remember that the website links on the right will work if you
click on them but some have been abbreviated in this view so they will
not work if you copy and paste the information... To see the full URL,
place the mouse cursor over the link and look at the bottom left of the
window, on the frame itself.
||eLibrary is "the" frontend for
Project Gutenberg and allows you to easily find and download books
from Project Gutenberg servers. Managing your ebooks with eLibrary
is simple with its built in My Library. The integrated reader
allows optimal viewing for all of your ebooks. In addition you can
export your ebook to an HTML file. To top it all off, eLibrary is
fully customizable. http://home.cfl.rr.com/ln3gs
||If you can afford to buy Rocket eBooks,
we are delighted for you but, if not, it is nice to know that you
can still find something to read. Thousands of free publications
are available on the author's website so here is a reader with a
book to get you started on your library. Several 'skins'
(interface appearance) are included and you can create your own if you like.
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