PC Pro Award winners 2007 - Software and Services
Posted on 4 Dec 2007 at 12:36
Here are the winners of the 2007 PC Pro Awards for software and services, as voted for by PC Pro readers (Click here to find out how these awards were voted for):
WINNERS - MEMSET
It's two awards in a row for Memset, which scored sixes all round for its customer support, reliability and value for money. Almost all of its users would recommend it.
HIGHLY COMMENDED - HEART INTERNET
WINNER - ZEN INTERNET
It's now four years in a row for one of the industry's most respected ISPs. Near-flawless customer service and reliability keep Zen at the top.
HIGHLY COMMENDED - MADASAFISH
WINNER - CCL (www.cclonline.com)
The Paula Radcliffe of online retailers, CCL enjoys leading from the front, taking this crown for the second year running. And it's quick on its feet, too, topping the charts for delivery.
HIGHLY COMMENDED - LAPTOPSDIRECT.CO.UK, MORECOMPUTERS.COM
SOFTWARE OF THE YEAR
WINNERS - AVG FREE EDITION, MOZILLA FIREFOX
Firefox continues to blaze the open-source trail, while AVG's free antivirus app just keeps on winning new admirers.
HIGHLY COMMENDED - ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS3
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