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[TechRepublic] Software Downloads: May 8, 2009

May 08, 2009

Fix registry errors and speed up PC performance

Registry Winner 5.2Registry Winner is an advanced multi-language registry cleaner in PC diagnosis and repair. It can do a complete scan of the PC errors such as system slowdown, freezing, crashing, and deadlock. Safely optimize the speed of system and set your PC in a fantastic performance. Version 5.2 adds Check Patch & Update function. [License: Free to try]

The iPhone is Here to Stay. What's an Enterprise to do About it?

Offering enterprise-class support for the iPhone, iAnywhere Mobile Office combines robust email, calendar, contacts and tasks functionality with a unique approach for enhanced security for iPhone, Windows Mobile and Symbian. (Sybase)

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Search for files created by common viruses to remove them
Quick Virus Remover is a very limited virus removal program that searches for files created by common viruses and removes them. [License: Free]

Clean and maintain your computer and remove unneeded files and Internet tracks
WinUtilities 6.5 is a system tweaking suite that includes more than 20 tools to improve and tweak your PC's performance. [License: Free to try]

An offline, AJAX-based e-mail and calendar client
Zimbra Desktop 1.0b1537 (Mac) is the next generation leap forward for Web 2.0 applications -- now you can have Zimbra's AJAX-based collaboration experience online and offline. [License: Free]

Get your Office on BlackBerry with you anywhere
Looking to enrich your BlackBerry functionality up to a PC on your hands but don't want to pay a subscription fee? Then DynoPlex's innovative MasterDoc 4.6.053 (Mobile) is what you need. [License: Free to try]

Use a collection of tools for IT operators
FireScope Workbench 3.0 provides quick and easy access to a well-stocked mix of tools designed to make your life easier. [License: Free to try]

Provide a robust collaboration platform based on Google Cloud and Microsoft Project 2007
ProjectGoo 1.0 is a cloud-based project and portfolio management system using the Google Cloud and Microsoft Project to provide a robust collaboration platform for project managers and team members. [License: Free to try]

Plan your work, track your goals, and manage your contacts
Daisho 2.7.4 is designed from ground up to empower professionals to excel in today's demanding economy with parallel projects, high time pressure, and demanding customers. [License: Free to try]

Live Webcast: Survey Analysis with Data Visualization

Join this live ZDNet Webcast featuring special guests Steve Wexler, Director of Research, i4cp, and Elissa Fink, VP Marketing, Tableau Software. Wexler & Fink will discuss how to make the most of your survey analysis efforts. (Tableau Software)

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Ubuntu's most recent release offers numerous improvements over an already solid OS. In fact, Jack Wallen says it could be the best overall release of a Linux distribution he's ever seen.

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