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UK-based PCBundler launched their second Windows bundle on Monday, offering $217 worth of Windows apps for only $29. The project was developed after PCBundler’s creators saw a lack of Windows-based all-in-one packages available on the Internet, and decided to do something about it.

Users who take advantage of this offer will receive seven top-selling Windows software, including TuneUp Media Sort Out Your Music Collection with Tune Up for Windows and Mac [Rewards] Sort Out Your Music Collection with Tune Up for Windows and Mac [Rewards] If your iTunes collection is measured in the thousands rather than hundreds, you’ll no doubt understand the need to keep it under control. The best way to do this is to correctly classify tracks, make... Read More , PCKeeper, VideoConverter Pro, Audio Recorder, Switch Take Control of Your Computers With Switch Shutdown Manager [Windows] Take Control of Your Computers With Switch Shutdown Manager [Windows] The act of shutting down or rebooting a PC seems like such a simple task doesn't it? When you're done work at the end of the day, you choose "shut down" and you're done until... Read More , Phototangler, and PASSWORDfighter.

A nice variety items has been chosen for this bundle, and the price alone could be worth it to some users. For instance, TuneUp Media is a popular app that lets you organize your music collection, normally coming at a retail price of $49.95. PCKeeper, a $39 tool, offers 15 tools in one: a disk cleaner, an anti-theft tool, an uninstaller, a duplicate finder, antivirus, and more.

Altogether, the package offers a total of 87% discount from normal retail prices, and licenses for all program are delivered to buyers upon purchase. Most apps in the bundle have free trials available, and these are linked to from the product pages in the bundle. This way, you can check the programs out before you decide if you want the bundle or not. But don’t take too long. the bundle will only be available for two weeks, until May 6.

If you would like to take advantage of PCBundler or learn more, visit the official website.


Do you think that PCBundler is a good deal? Will you make use of it?

Source: PCBundler

  1. Doc
    April 23, 2013 at 10:45 pm

    Except for Switch, which I don't have a use for, I don't see anything in this bundle that I don't have a free alternative to. CCleaner, Defraggler, Handbrake, KeePass, Audacity...nope, not paying a cent for this stuff.

  2. Chris Marcoe
    April 23, 2013 at 4:04 pm

    Building my new PC now. So, I'll have to keep an eye out for this.

    • Doc
      April 23, 2013 at 10:46 pm

      Look for free apps first...CCleaner, Defraggler, KeePass, Handbrake, etc. does this stuff for free; save your $29.

      • Chris Marcoe
        April 24, 2013 at 12:06 am

        I .already have CCleaner, Defraggler, and speccy on all my machines. these others, I'll look at to see if they are worth while. thanks for the advice.

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