Kindle for PC:
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Files (.mobi) from ManyBooks.net… Browsing books on Manybooks.net can be really fun. Once you download your book to your computer, you can double click it and (if you have the Kindle for PC or Mac software installed) it should automatically be associated with and open with that program. It is a great way to preview the book and make sure you really want it before you copy it to your Kindle.
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And of course, in addition to all this goodness, there is a nice, easy to find link to the Kindle Store on these apps for your PC and Mac. Who could ask for more?
|Kindle for Mac software|
If you have Collections organized on your real Kindle (all but the Fire) you can import any of them to your PC or Mac application. I wonder why they even bothered with this feature since collections aren't happening at all on the Kindle Fire so far. Maybe Amazon is still considering it for future Kindles.
Updating... Do check your PC and Mac Kindle software periodically. It looks like the software for my PC just popped up one day and let me know an update was available. The Mac software didn't and I had to download the latest version and install after removing what was obviously an outdated version. Hopefully this latest will have better updating capabilities.