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Anyone try download.cnet.com?

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  • Anyone try download.cnet.com?

    I found this website looking for a download of windows movie maker and as always hesitant before going to a download site. It says on the page the download publisher is by microsoft and has their tech support hotline and email ect...anyways has anyone used this site before? Has it treat you well or have you got anything bad from it?

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    Re: Anyone try download.cnet.com?

    I use this site a lot and it's trustworthy as far as I know.


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      Re: Anyone try download.cnet.com?

      Originally posted by IzzyInWonderland View Post
      I use this site a lot and it's trustworthy as far as I know.
      +1

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        Re: Anyone try download.cnet.com?

        download.cnet.com is one of the granddaddys of shareware/freeware download sites. Just avoid banners and ad looking 'download' links

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          Re: Anyone try download.cnet.com?

          I've used it for years.
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          This has been a Filmways presentation dahling.

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          • #6
            Re: Anyone try download.cnet.com?

            You can download Windows Movie Maker direct from Microsoft's website for free.

            Windows Live Movie Maker 2011

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              Re: Anyone try download.cnet.com?

              I trust cnet implicitly.

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                Re: Anyone try download.cnet.com?

                Originally posted by dland_lover View Post
                I trust cnet implicitly.
                Yup. Cnet one of the few places on the web I know I can trust.
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                  Re: Anyone try download.cnet.com?

                  they've gone downhill though.. the pages are a mine-field to navigate on what is an ad vs legit download link anymore

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