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Wise Registry Cleaner 4.86 (Windows)

Wise Registry Cleaner is one of the safest Registry cleaning tools available in the market today. Its scanning engine is thorough, safe and fast. It is so easy to use, even the least experienced user can easily repair registry with this tool. Read more

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Data Destroyer Disk Wipe is for wiping (a.k.a. purging) an entire hard disk, memory stick, floppy disk, etc., optionally with the exception of the top-level files and the files in selected top-level folders. Read more

HTML Cleaner for Word 1.5 (Windows)

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GiMeSpace Desktop Extender (Windows)

GiMeSpace Desktop extender is a virtual desktop manager. It is a small and very simple program for Windows XP or later versions that will allow you to expand your desktop without any limits. Read more

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Hidden Administrator gives you full access to the resources of remote systems, allows you to remotely install the server part of the solution, and more. Read more

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Memory Booster Gold is accommodated to deal with problems of memory management. It is a feature-rich yet easy-to-use program. Read more

Halftone Search for Google Desktop 1.5 (Windows)

This program extends the Google Desktop (GD) functionality by providing a native Windows interface and allowing GD to access more file formats. Read more

LinkAssistant SEO Tool 3.4.5 (Windows)

LinkAssistant is a powerhouse link development tool for webmasters who need to get their sites on top of Google, Yahoo! and MSN. Read more

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BlackBox Password Manager is a lightweight and easy-to-use password manager for Windows that will remember all your passwords. Read more

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Powerful, secure, and easy-to-use FTP server specially written for Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008. Read more

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