Strange how these sites survive in which the recommended software for so many of the categories is from history. They use Joe Public to run each section which, inevitably, leads to inadequate processing, pompous and "wordy" reviews (hey everyone, I've finally found a place for people to listen to me).
There are some sections in which the reviews are at least a year out of date and the latest and greatest options are not even acknowledged. I would consider it more of a novelty/retro site than one whose advice I would take (at least without treble checking it elsewhere first).
Sites like this kind of exist off the back of their history. If you want good freeware advice there are far better places. Also avoid Download.com as they are hosting known malware, which all the reputable sites have removed after receiving evidence. Snapfiles, Sourceforge and FileHippo are excellent. If you have multiple programs to install go to Ninite.com and do them all in one go (plus they automatically remove all the crapware that companies try to sneak in during installation.
And what's with that Gizmo thing? Like I said, they are from the past and really have remained there. It's like a software museum almost.