1.7.0 (Apr 20, 2013)
The best among PDF printers that I have tested. It never distorted a page, even in cases where other PDF printers (including some non-free ones) failed to do a good job.
Beware however, to use custom installation and to choose what to install as it comes with optional stuff that many people do not need, including offers from advertisers that are irrelevant for its task.
The PDF Architect program that comes with it, and which is also freeware and developed by the same developer, may or may not be useful for you. Up to the recent version, there was no option to customize its installation, but this has been fixed in version 1.7, and you may now choose not to install it, or as I chose - to install it but with no plugins that integrate it with other programs.
1.98.5 (Dec 19, 2011)
A superb viewer. I have checked a few including Irfanview and while both are excellent I prefer XNView.
Many of the "problems" that cause people to lower their grades for this program, can easily be solved by changing the configuration. One of XNViews strongest sides is its flexible and powerful configuration, but one has to invest some time choosing the ones that match you preferences.
4.32 (Dec 19, 2011)
While I personally prefer XNView over Irfanview, I must admit that both are excellent. Each has its own strength over the other. Irfanview is slightly faster, but less customizable. Both are very fast on a modern computer. Both have a lot of options. In some Irfanview wins, in others XNView wins.
22.214.171.124 (Oct 4, 2011)
Extremely useful organizer for many powerful technician utilities.
One may put WSCC in a specific folder, define the location of the files to be on a subfolder, and take it on a portable drive/Dok to use it on other computers as well. Makes the management and use of Nirsoft's and Sysinternal's utilities much simpler and faster.
I'm reviewing version 126.96.36.199
188.8.131.5231 (Aug 19, 2011)
An Excellent and simple to use DVD/CD burner. Simple and friendly interface. Cannot handle many burners on Laptops but usually handle the ones of desktops fine.
I wouldn't be bothered so much with the opencandy issue as many others are.
Its privacy intrusion is much less than what we got used to from many other programs (especially Google and Windows OS), and is only during the installation. No crapware is installed if you do not allow it.