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RE: Useful Free Software Links (as recommended by forum users)

sashenden (Elite) posted this on Friday, 27th January 2012, 10:51

Also Photoshop express, online photoshop quick editing. Requires a free account to be created

http://www.photoshop.com/tools

RE: Useful Free Software Links (as recommended by forum users)

dusty321 (Elite) posted this on Saturday, 11th February 2012, 01:41

Nobody`s mentioned

Malwarebytes http://www.malwarebytes.org/ for those nasty little nasties!
Iobit`s Advanced System Care http://www.iobit.com/advancedsystemcareper.html
Vdownloader http://vdownloader.com/ good for grabbing vids.. youtube etc...


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RE: Useful Free Software Links (as recommended by forum users)

Faust (Elite) posted this on Monday, 15th October 2012, 14:32

Hey guys(was going to put and gals but then it reminded me of someone),
any recommendations for software to monitor download usage ?
Pete

RE: Useful Free Software Links (as recommended by forum users)

Henm2 (Harmless) posted this on Tuesday, 12th February 2013, 08:21

Amongst other software don`t forget a good free operating system
http://distrowatch.com/dwres.php?resource=major
Linux Mint being a very good one. Also good is the relatively new Fuduntu

RE: Useful Free Software Links (as recommended by forum users)

Robee J Shepherd (undefined) posted this on Tuesday, 12th February 2013, 10:01

I think (somewhere) we have a whole thread about linux distros, I forget where though. :(

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DVD REVIEWER
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RE: Useful Free Software Links (as recommended by forum users)

admars (Elite) posted this on Thursday, 28th February 2013, 12:39

linked from my Daily CodeProject email

as they say

Quote:
You might want to download these *before* trouble strikes.


5 Free Bootable AntiVirus Rescue CDs for Windows

http://www.thewindowsclub.com/bootable-antivirus-rescue-cd-windows-free-download

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RE: Useful Free Software Links (as recommended by forum users)

Chris Gould (Elite) posted this on Saturday, 11th May 2013, 20:59

One to add: Unzbin. It`s something I`ve been using for ages, but is no longer being developed. It`s a very tiny .nzb client that is far less resource intensive (and much quicker) than something like Grabbit. The last stable version (2.6.8) is available for download here:

http://sanclaudia.free.fr/Software/Unzbin%202.6.8/

Also, something that`s probably only useful for IT pros, Regshot. It allows you to take a snapshot of your registry before making changes, then another afterwards, and finally to compare the two, highlighting any differences between them. Very useful for me lately when trying to figure out what reg keys to add to personalisation software like Appsense.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/regshot/







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RE: Useful Free Software Links (as recommended by forum users)

admars (Elite) posted this on Saturday, 11th May 2013, 21:15

ta, may find regshot useful, sounds better  than exporting to text, then using winmerge or notepad++ to compare ( 2 tools also worth mentioning in this thread)

RE: Useful Free Software Links (as recommended by forum users)

admars (Elite) posted this on Monday, 14th October 2013, 20:36

Recuva
http://www.piriform.com/recuva

Missus accidentally deleted a nice photo she took of the girls on her LG Cookie phone today, downloaded recuva, installed on pc, plugged lead into camera and phone, ran the program, and it found the photo and recoverd it no problem :) Happy me and missus :)

i found various bits of  undelte and recovery software, but as Recuva was mentioned here once or twice, and is free thought it was worth a shoi.

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RE: Useful Free Software Links (as recommended by forum users)

Gaffski (Elite) posted this on Monday, 14th October 2013, 21:18

Excellent programme to keep folders sync'd.

http://bvckup.com/

My personal use/experience with this is that I have photos and important documents kept on a local drive and bvckup sits in the background and ensures that my NAS box constantly mirrors it.. wouldn't be without it.




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