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Friday, December 4, 2009
[TechRepublic] Partition, image, or multiboot different OSs on your PC
BootIt Next Generation is a powerful, yet simple, all-in-one partition and multiboot manager with features that allow you to quickly partition, image, or multiboot your computer. [License: Free to try] Read more
Some Web pages will only work properly when viewed with Internet Explorer. The Chrome IE Tab extension allows you to run IE from within a tab in Chrome, enabling you to display such Web pages without leaving Chrome. [License: Free] Read more
BestSync 2009 is a professional utility for the following solutions: synchronizing files between PCs by utilizing network storage, FTP server, USB drive; synchronizing Outlook (mail, contact, schedule etc) and Windows Mail between PCs by utilizing network storage, FTP server, USB drive and more. [License: Free] Read more
FlexTk is an advanced file management toolkit allowing one to search and classify files, scan file systems and apply rule-based, file organizing, or data migration policies, analyze storage utilization, copy large amounts of files in a fault-tolerant way, identify duplicate files and free-up wasted storage space. [License: Free to try] Read more
Staff Files is an easy and affordable solution for today's managers and human resource professionals who need to track, store, retrieve, and safeguard employee information. [License: Free to try] Read more
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