The Internet offers plenty of free Windows applications to improve your productivity and your computer’s functionality, but finding them can be daunting. If you’re looking for a good place to start, take a look at the Lifehacker Pack 2009, courtesy of the ultra-productivity help site Lifehacker.com.
There’s plenty to choose from, including Foxit Reader for those tired of Adobe Reader’s bloat, or Postbox, a remixed Thunderbird client with a more G-mail feel.
The Official Gmail Blog has an entry up talking about their new Gmail Tasks web application.
The nice part is that not only can you use this application via the web on your computer, but on mobile devices such as the iPhone via the mobile browser. Google even went as far as posting a quick how-to video on getting the app to show up on your home page: