Friday, October 31, 2008

[TechRepublic] Software Downloads: October 31, 2008

October 31, 2008

Monitor your network and decode packets

CapsaCapsa is an easy-to-use network packet sniffer for network monitoring and network troubleshooting purposes. Capsa makes it easy to isolate and solve network problems, identify network bottleneck and bandwidth use, and detect network vulnerabilities. [License: Free to try]

Five considerations for choosing a Microsoft Exchange continuity solution

Download this whitepaper to read about five topics you need to consider when evaluating the right solution for continuity, high availability, or disaster recovery for your business' critical Microsoft Exchange systems. (NEC Corporation)

New software downloads

Monitor and improve your business performance
LeanTrack is a management tool for Excel to track and improve business performance. With LeanTrack, you can measure sales, profits, delivery, people, efficiency, and throughput. [License: Free]

Automatically sync, share, and back up files to a Web drive
Memopal automatically backs up your computer and puts all your files online for safe storage, so that you no longer have to worry about the possibility of losing important data. [License: Free to try]

Download files, programs, pictures, audio, video, and Web and FTP sites
DownloadStudio is an ultra-fast download manager that lets you download all types of content from the Web, including programs, games, flash video, photos, music, movies, TV shows, Web sites, RSS feeds, and podcasts. [License: Free to try]

Measure available bandwidth, network latency, and streaming quality of service
Simple Network Tester makes network testing easier than ever. It sends live test data between agents installed on any two Windows PCs. [License: Free to try]

Take an open-source approach to office productivity for Windows is both an open-source product and a project; the product is a multiplatform office productivity suite. Version 3 includes support for Office 2007 files, improvement to the Commenting/Notes feature, multi-page views, spreadsheet collaboration, and other bug-fixes and updates. [License: Free] (Also check out -- Intel.)

Halloween-themed downloads

Top search this week: Freeware

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