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In The aim of the present study is to evaluate the analyses of language teaching software conducted by teacher candidates' who have taken the elective course FRN4104 Computer Assisted Language Teaching II. The study focuses on investigating software in relation to the subheadings: technical and educational features, general structures and content, limitations and the possibility of effectiveness. Software selection addressed the criteria that the software was designed for enhancing autonomous learning and at the same time were previously not analyzed by other researchers within related online publications. Participants of study consist of 12 teacher candidates studying in their final year of education at Uludağ University, Education Faculty, Department of French Language Teaching, in the academic year of 2009-2010. Participants analyzed the software via the scales used by Kartal (2004) within the related literature. The software analyzed was designed to develop the teaching of Turkish, English, French and Spanish. The findings of the study reveal that the software meets the needs of the learner or the user particularly in terms of improving language skills in general. The results of the present study indicate that there is a high need for the analyzed software to be improved especially to ensure that learners become more active and motivated in the learning process.