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File Encryption XP 1.5.146 (Windows)

File Encryption XP is password protection software for Windows. This tool works with USB drives, flash memory cards, HDDs, and ZIP drives and any Windows PC. Read more

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Download Accelerator Plus (Windows)

Download Accelerator Plus (DAP) 9.3 is the world's most popular download manager with over 180 million installs worldwide. DAP accelerates your download speed so you can get all your favorite files, applications, and videos as fast as possible. Read more

Server Admin Remote 1.6 (Mobile)

IT administrators can use Server Admin Remote to monitor Mac OS X Server services on the go. Read more

Vista PDF Creator 2.01 (Windows)

Convert any document to PDF is simple. You just have to print the document and that's that. Vista PDF Creator includes a virtual print driver that does all the work for you. Read more

Essential NetTools 4.3 build 255 (Windows)

Essential NetTools is a set of network scanning, security, and administrator tools useful in diagnosing networks and monitoring your computer's network connections. Read more

BackupFly (Windows)

BackupFly is safe to use a means of synchronization and backup of data to support a flexible schedule and the ability to reserve real-time data as they change. Read more

CommView for WiFi 6.2 build 649 (Windows)

CommView for WiFi is a wireless network monitor and analyzer for 802.11 a/b/g/n networks. The program presents a clear, detailed picture of network traffic that facilitates the examination and analysis of packets, helping the user to pinpoint network problems and troubleshoot software and hardware. Read more

HashMyFiles 1.52 (Windows)

HashMyFiles is small utility that allows you to calculate the MD5 and SHA1 hashes of one or more files in your system. Read more

Fresh HTML 3.32 (Windows)

FreshHTML is a software to create and edit pages for the Web. FreshHTML's WYSIWYG interface makes editing HTML pages as easy as using your favorite word processor. Read more

TeamKB for Outlook 2.0 (Windows)

TeamKB for Microsoft Outlook is an enterprise-grade knowledge base, allowing you and your team to share information, reduce customer support, improve staff productivity, and eliminate time wasted searching for information across disparate systems. Read more

Advanced Link Manager 4.8 (Windows)

Helps manage your Web site incoming links on all major search engines. Advanced Link Manager is a tool that allows you to easily manage your Web site's incoming links. Read more

Password Manager XP 2.3.480 (Windows)

Password Manager XP helps you systematize secret information and allows you to store information in several databases. Read more

Flexcrypt Free (Windows)

Flexcrypt is a free encryption software that provides encrypted communication and encrypted storage. Flexcrypt can encrypt your Emails, Texts, Files, MSN/ICQ messages, and hard drive. Read more

GV Connect 1.6 (Mac)

Are you looking for an easy way to call or send SMS messages to your contacts using your Google Voice number? GV Connect is your answer. Read more

InvEnd 3.0 (Mac)

InvEnd (formerly Customer Tracker) is an invoicing and customer database application. It can be used to track work/jobs done for customers and print or email invoices, as well as run business reports on your data. Read more

SqueezeBox Server 7.4 (Mac)

Logitech introduces SqueezeCenter 7.0, powerful and free Open Source software. Not only will it power any Squeezebox or Transporter, but also any software MP3 player on your network. Read more

Camino 1.6.10 (Mac)

The Camino web browser is powerful, secure, and ready to meet the needs of all users while remaining simple and elegant in its design. Read more

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