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WinXP Manager 6.0.7 (Windows)

This utility lets you optimize, tweak, tune up, and clean up your Windows XP. It bundles more than 30 different utilities in one. Read more

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Make Your Own Browser 9.17.09 (Windows)

Make Your Own Browser lets you configure your own Web browser with the options you want. If you want to change the name, icons, colors, or links, you have the power. Read more

TERApro 2.0 (Windows)

TERApro is the highly versatile & customizable professional software for tendering, estimation, and rate analysis. Read more

Infix PDF Editor 3.36 (Windows)

Use this PDF text editor like a word processor using rulers, tabs, search and replace and spell checking. Read more

CodySafe CommPack (Windows)

CodySafe CommPack is a suite of portable applications for communication like Miranda, Skype and Zoiper. Read more

Vista TuneUpSuite 7.2 (Windows)

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Contact Mailer 1.0.2 (Mobile)

With Contact Mailer create an email with the details of one of your contacts from your address book. Read more

Roboton Web Control Toolkit 1.1.4 (Windows)

Roboton Web Control Toolkit provides a browser independent platform for rendering, manipulating and/or adding extensible features over an image in any Asp.Net application. ImageCropper provides an easy way to select rectangular area of an image. Read more

My Remote Files 2.4.1 (Windows)

My Remote Files is a file server that can provide access to its resources by https secure connection from any web browser without intermediate servers. Read more

CurrPorts 1.75 (Windows)

CurrPorts will display the list of all currently opened TCP/IP and UDP ports on your PC. Read more

Network Management Suite 8.3 (Windows)

Complete network management solution containing two must-have applications for network administrators: Alchemy Network Monitor and Alchemy Network Inventory. Read more

Disk Space Analyzer 7.4 (Windows)

Your PC stores all your history tracks - web sites you visited, what you searched in the Internet, information you enter on websites, files and documents you recently opened etc. Read more

Alchemy Network Monitor 10.3 (Windows)

Alchemy Network Monitor monitors your network servers and business-critical applications availability and performance and immediately alerts you if a server gets out of order. Read more

RAR Password Recovery Magic (Windows)

RAR Password Recovery Magic is a powerful tool designed to recover lost or forgotten passwords for a RAR/WinRAR archives. Read more

FeedDemon 3.0 (Windows)

FeedDemon, the most popular Windows RSS reader. The easy-to-use interface makes it a snap to stay informed with the latest news and information. Read more

VSBridge for Linux beta (Windows)

VSBridge for Linux enables compiling and debugging Linux applications directly from the familiar Visual Studio environment. Read more

Privatefirewall (Windows)

Integrated desktop firewall and multi-layer intrusion prevention software delivers signature-less, zero-hour protection from known or new spyware, viruses, hacking techniques, and other intrusions on Windows desktops and servers. Read more

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US National Park Maps provides you with the alphabetical listing of all national park maps of United States. It categorizes by state and displays all the national parks under them. Read more

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