Libra Organizer Welcome to Daily Downloads brought to you by CyberNet! Each weekday we bring you the Windows software updates for widely used programs, and it’s safe to assume that all the software we list is freeware (we’ll try to note the paid-only programs).

As you browse the Internet during the day, feel free to post the software updates you come across in the comments below so that we can include them the following day!

–Stable Releases–

The software listed here have all been officially released by the developers.

  • Belarc Advisor 7.2.20.7 [Homepage] [Mirror]
    Type of Application: Profiles hardware and software on your computer
    Changes: N/A
  • Free Download Manager 2.5.712 [Homepage] [Mirror]
    Type of Application: Download manager
    Changes: N/A
  • Registry Mechanic 7.0.0.1010 [Homepage] [Mirror]
    Cost: $29.95
    Type of Application: Registry cleaner
    Changes: N/A

–Pre-Releases (Alpha, Beta, etc…)–

The software listed here are pre-releases that may not be ready for everyday usage.

  • Libra 0.9.2 [Homepage] [Mirror]
    Release: Beta
    Type of Application: Organize books, music, movies, and games
    Changes: The main change in this update is in the "My Info" panel. It now behaves like the "Details" panel, in which you can edit multiple items’ "My Info" together. This allows you to easily add custom fields to multiple items with a single edit. When items with different "My Info" fields are selected, their common fields are shown.
  • Picasa 2.7.37.29 [Homepage] [Release Notes] [Mirror] [Review]
    Release: Beta
    Type of Application: Photo manager
    Changes: Added support for RAW pictures from the Canon 40D
  • SoundPackager [Homepage]
    Cost: $19.95
    Release: Beta
    Type of Application: Windows sound customizer
    Changes: First release

There Are 3 Comments

  1. About Libra: I would definitely use it if there was a web version available. I tried it before and maybe I was blind or something, but I couldn’t find a way to delete an item from my collection.

  2. Is there any chance that Mac and linux software will be included in your daily downloads?

  3. Max wrote:
    About Libra: I would definitely use it if there was a web version available. I tried it before and maybe I was blind or something, but I couldn’t find a way to delete an item from my collection.

    Hmmm, I haven’t tried it myself yet, but I plan on writing a review of it. I’ll make sure to check that out.

    Tinhed wrote:
    Is there any chance that Mac and linux software will be included in your daily downloads?

    Unfortunately I have a hard enough time keeping up with the Windows software alone (this isn’t an automated post, I manually enter in each entry), so I don’t think I would be able to include all of the different operating systems. Windows accounts for over 90% of our traffic so that’s what we’re going to stick with for right now.

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