I've used a lot of different password-saving programs including Roboform and Lastpass which are held in high regard by the people I know. Lastpass is nice because it works on all platforms (Windows, Mac, Linux, and many mobile devices) as well as most major browsers. Those apps haven't found their way on to my machines though.
Posts Tagged ‘Giveaway’
There have been quite a few video conversion utilities giving away their software for Halloween this year, but to be honest a lot of them aren't that great. I tried one of them today, however, called Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate (retail value of $66) and it is the obvious exception. You can apply for a free license code today only (expires 23:59:59 PM EDT on October 31, 2010).
About two months ago we wrote about how you could grab O&O Defrag Professional 10 for free, but now you can get one step closer to the latest version without dropping a dime.
Coming across some free software is nice, but what's even nicer is finding an app that you typically have to pay for that's available at no cost for a limited time. Do you like the sound of that? If so you may want to check out the currently free (until the end of October) WinX DVD Ripper Platinum that is being given away compliments of Techweenies.
When Ryan and I originally planned out the schedule for this Giveaway, we thought we'd have no problem announcing the winners on the site by Friday at 8:00 PM Central Time. We thought wrong! There were over 80 people to notify via email that they won, before announcing the winners on the site. Believe it or not, several emails were returned to us which meant that we needed to pick new winners.
Here's a quick reminder for those of you who want to enter any of the Birthday Giveaways from Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, but haven't actually entered. You have less than two hours at this point to do so. You will only be able to enter until 7PM Central Time tonight, December 11th.
It's quite possible that you've helped contribute to the success of various music and video stores like iTunes, and what you've gotten in return is DRM-plagued media.
Can you remember the last time you wanted to create some sort of chart or diagram? I'm sure one of the first thoughts that flows through your head is what tool can you use to get the job done. One of the best programs you'll find to create the various charts you desire is Edraw Max.
Last year MediaMonkey was among the most requested software package that we gave away, and so they were more than happy to help out with a giveaway once again this year. Over the last year they have made a lot of improvements to MediaMonkey 3.0 to make it both more stable and also add support for even more devices.
When making a website or application, one of the things designers want to focus on is the look and feel of the buttons used. After all, it is one of the things that users will be interacting with the most. A program like Button Shop can take some of the pressure off your shoulders by making it super easy to design amazing buttons that fit in well with your website or program.
I've always been a huge supporter of text expanding applications because I'm a shortcut junky. When it comes to saving time, there is no better way to do it than to transform a few characters into entire sentences. Direct Access doubles as both a text replacement utility and application launcher, and its recently redesigned interface makes managing all of your "macros" a breeze.
For many people, RoboForm is considered to be one of those must-have applications for any Windows computer. I know quite a few people who are using the free version, but there are several restrictions such as only being able to store 10 passcards (these are basically stored passwords). With the Pro version you can store as many passcards, identities, credit cards, and addresses as you'd like.
I know that we have a bunch of geeks who read our site, and they probably enjoy knowing every little thing that their computer is doing. The Windows Task Manager is a great way to do that, but sometimes you want to take it to the next level. That's where AnVir Task Manager comes into play.
I'm one of the biggest advocates for file backups that you'll probably come across. I've now had four hard drives die on me in the past two years, but I actually haven't lost any data thanks to keeping redundant backups. You can never be too safe, and GoodSync is an excellent backup/synchronization utility that will help you protect your data as well.
Back in August of 2006, we wrote about a Free Simple Task Manager called Remember the Milk. At the time, Remember the Milk had been around for about a year and they were still in the process of making a name for themselves. Three years have past since they launched and they now have over one million users and their service is one of the best around. With time, it has continued to get even better.
Good Morning, or depending on where you live, Good Afternoon and Good Evening! We are excited to let you know that we are celebrating CyberNet's 3rd Birthday with a Giveaway EXTRAVAGANZA which begins today! Various Giveaways will be posting today, tomorrow, and Wednesday.