Pricelessware list A compilation of software collected through a yearly vote by the participants of the "alt.comp.freeware" newsgroup. It is a list of what people have voted as "the best of the best in Freeware".
FreeBizFiles.com A directory of business software for both small and large businesses. Nice selection of programs, many of which are freeware.
WantDBest.com A multi-category no-spyware directory, listing over 7,000 free resources. A lot of work went into this site and it shows. If you're looking for free, quality web resources, this is a good place to start.
Qweas.com A shareware / freeware directory with an extensive index of apps for the Windows, Mac, Linux and mobile operating platforms. Over 10 major categories and hundreds of sub-categories for each.
Absolutelyfreebies.com A nice freebie site with useful webmaster, free services and freeware sections. Worth a visit.
NoNags One of the great freeware/shareware sites on the Web. Mirrored around the world, NoNags offers free and paid access to its software archive. All apps are rated and categorized for easy selection and navigation. Everything in the huge Freeware section is really free - 32-bit Windows software that has no disabled features, nags, or time limits.
CoreDownload.com A shareware/freeware directory. Nicely laid out site broken down by category, top downloads, editor's picks, newest titles, etc.
DirFile.com A freeware resource site with over 5,700 freeware programs in 11 major categories. Good site for finding some great no cost apps.
FreebieList There are a number of excellent Freebie sites on the Web but FreebieList lacks the aggravating pop-ups so common to many free sites these days. Webmaster freebies include links to free fonts, clipart, web space providers, email services and more.
SourceForge A place to find, download, and develop free open source software. You can search for software, browse by category, create a project, post on the Project Help Wanted board and developer section, etc.
WebStuff4Free.com Another colorful freebies site with useful sections devoted to webmasters, Perl and AASP scripts and software. Site seems relatively new but has potential.
FreeCode A programming source code treasure trove. If its written in C/C++, Java, Perl, or Visual Basic, you can find it here. Free for personal and commercial use and compatible with Unix and/or Windows systems.