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Advanced XLS Converter 1.95

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

With Advanced XSL Converter, you can convert any Excel file into different ways or formats with just a single click. Also, you can convert your spreadsheet to standard database or Structured Query Language (.sql) format, transform your data into a database file that can be opened and edited with virtually all database management systems; including Oracle, Apache Derby or Microsoft Access. Of course, you can also use comma-separated values (.csv), plain text (.txt), or rich text (.rft) format, to convert your data to universally compatible text formats. All these features help you to avoid the usual problems or pain usually associated with transferring files between operating systems. The features are just many; and as a matter of fact, users can also convert to markup language (.xml or .html) format, among others.

Advanced XLS Converter is a shareware application, and comes with a few changes which include; support for conversion from XLS to fixed text formats, and many other cosmetic improvements. The price is fixed at $39.95 per download; this is a bit normal for those who know the value of some of its many features.

Advanced XSL Converter 1.95 is not a program for people who have little knowledge about converting files; however, it is a program that takes little time to understand.

Want to check it out? Visit Xls-converter.

Picasa Build 117.24

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

For easy arrangement and organization of files like; JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PSD, and standard camera movie files; you can check out Picasa. The program automatically finds and organizes all your pictures with some of its built-in features. With this program, you don’t have to waste any more time when sending your pictures through the email by attachments. Another unique feature of Picasa is that users can browse through all their pictures and equally view slideshows of their albums by simply clicking on a button. You can also fix red-eye, and crop without losing data or permanently changing original pictures.

Picasa for Windows may be one program that is a bit technical for someone who is still battling with picture editing. Certainly not in the same class as some other picture editing software, users may still enjoy some wonderful features from it. It is a bit difficult or nearly impossible to turn off scanning. However, the tools are still among the best you can get among some other programs in similar category. Definitely, Picasa is not a bad idea; especially being a freeware program.

For all those who want a freeware program that can be used to edit their pictures to make them look better; Picasa is worth a try.

Want to check it out? Visit Picasa.

PC Wizard 2010.1.96

Friday, November 19th, 2010

PC Wizard is primarily designed for detecting hardware, and some system components in larger scale. This utility supports one of the latest technological standards, and is able to do a lot of things on your computer. The publishers have maintained a level of regular updates; usually on monthly bases in order to enable it give optimal performance. So, if you are looking for ways to benchmark your computer system, you can check out PC Wizard 2010.1.96. Some of the hardware this utility is able to benchmark include; RAM performance, Cache performance, CPU performance, Removable/FLASH Media performance, Video performance, MP3 compression performance, Hard Disk performance, and CD/DVD-ROM performance.

PC Wizard seems to be the ideal replacement for Everest software, and this could be as a result of its regular updates. Although some other users may differ in terms of it being a replacement for Everest, the truth is that I am really impressed with the way the publishers keep up with regular updates. It is a freeware program, and will certainly impress a lot of people.

Some of its many features include: multi languages; tools that enable you to export text and graphic with the clipboard; export any graphic as BMP file; save and print, and e-mail a report; system benchmark; and provide system information among many others.

Want to check it out? Visit ?puid?

SharedSafe 0.6.2336

Friday, November 19th, 2010

SharedSafe is not a bad idea for all those who want to turn their electronic mail accounts into simple online file storage. With SharedSafe, it is now possible to share or synchronize a lot of local folders across a lot of computers. This means that people who install this program on their systems can be sure of benefiting a lot because it uses an encrypted file system to store their files in email accounts.

Version 0.6.2336 is a commercial demo, and users who want to try it out can do so for 90 days with a demo license. However, they may have to install the Microsoft .NET framework on their computer in order to use this program. This version also comes with an uninstaller, and has a few changes, which include; proxy support, and new overlay icon.

Some of its features include: a user can create a safe from an email account which supports the IMAP protocol; a user can export the key of safe, share the safe key with anyone he/she wants to have access to the safe; ability to automatically synchronize a local folder and its linked safe; with the safe key, you can access the safe’s files in any local file selected; and many more.

Personally, I like the idea of being able to save some of my files online; this gives a bit of respite, especially from fear of losing a file.

Want to check it out? Visit SharedSafe.


Friday, November 19th, 2010

The primary function of this program is to extract all the characteristics of your disc to your hard drive in order to reproduce a working copy. That means you can protect all your hard work against damages usually caused by problems associated with frequent usage, and children. The publishers also kept in mind the importance of backing up on some protected media. However, users may not find BlindWrite useful when it comes to copying some DVD movies; especially the ones that are very large in sizes or above 5 GB. Users who want to copy something bigger than the size this one can carry should go for other programs that have much bigger capacity. However, BlindWrite works effectively for Blu-Ray disc to BD25 and BD50 copy. Like I already said earlier, BlindWrite is a sure way of protecting your investment from being completely lost or damaged.

Some of its features include: backup files and other programs; a variety of profiles to help you customize any disc you are backing up, supports different formats such as CloneCD, ISO images, Alcohol; and many more.

BlindWrite is not a freeware program, but you can download a free copy for trial before going for the unlimited version, which costs $29.99. Although there are other programs that can be used for free, I don’t think this price is too high because of all the things you are able to do with this program; a fair price I must say.

Want to check it out? Visit Vso-Software.

Trend Micro RUBotted 2.0 Beta

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

Trend Micro RUBotted is a security program that keeps an eye on your application for potentially unsafe programs, such as bots. Actually, bots are also malicious files that enable internet fraudsters to secretly take over the control of your computer system. Of course, RUBotted does not end its job when it discovers any unwanted program; it actually goes ahead to clean it with HouseCall.

Trend Micro RUBotted 2.0 Beta features some new additions, which include; compatibility with other antivirus products, accessible status and log reports, enhanced cleaning capabilities, and improved detection. This program also interfaces with Smart Protection Network that provides proactive blocking through the Trend Micro Web reputation service in order to be able to identify and block new threats.

I am not actually a big fan of freeware security programs; but since it is fully compatible with most security programs, it is worth being tried. Getting the HouseCall to work the last time it came out was a bit difficult, but this new version appears to have taken care of that. With more bots gradually finding their ways secretly into many computer systems, it is not a bad idea to have a program like this on the system to complement other programs.

Want to check it out? Visit Rubotted.

VShell Server 3.6.5

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

VShell server for SSH2 provides secure access to Windows servers based on the Secure Shell client/server protocol. The program is highly effective when it comes to secure network access, system administration, and file transfer. VShell Server provides access through an encrypted tunnel to e-mail, databases and other TCP/IP applications. That means that users who have this program installed on their systems can enjoy secure file transfer, making use of the SSH2 client SFTP and the SCP commands.

Some of the features in this version include: easy set up and configuration; monitor and log events with automation support; use connection-based licensing to full advantage; control user access to features and files; and provide strong and multi-protocol security for data in transit. Users can also choose from a number of authentication mechanisms including public key, Kerberos, and X509 digital certificates to create a more secure two-factor authentication strategy.

VShell Server 3.6.5 is a shareware application, but can be tried for a limited period of 30 days. Users, who find some of the features highly attractive and effective, can choose to go for the full version. So, for users who need to transfer a wide range or remote access services, all they need is VShell Server 3.6.5.

Want to check it out? Visit Vandyke.

SABnzbd 0.5.5

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

SABnzbd is a binary application that is written in Python; it is uses a web-interface, which makes it server oriented. Users who install this program on their systems can download from Usenet easily without any problem. With this program, every download can be automatically verified automatically, extract and clean up posts downloaded from Usenet. The user interface is fully customizable, and offers a complete API for third-party applications to hook into.

This is definitely one of the best open source programs I have seen on the internet in recent times; it deserves a lot of kudos. It actually makes downloading of newsgroup files; combining wonderful user features as a part of its attraction. SABnzbd is actually gives much more than most shareware or premium applications around.

SABnzbd 0.5.5 actually works or runs on systems like; Windows, OSX, Linux, UNIX, BSD, and many more. The fact that it is written in Python makes it a program that can work practically anywhere and everywhere. The publishers have also included Web UI, which lets users check their queue status wherever they are.

Virtually everyone can use this program without any difficulty; which makes it one of the best open source programs around. Since it is an open source program, users are also welcome to report and fix bugs too.

Want to check it out? Visit Sabnzbd.

RAMDisk 3.5.130 RC14

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

RAMDisk 3.5.130 RC14 an application that is designed for those who have a disk I/O bound application that is small enough to fit in main memory. This program is also good for storing data that are frequently accessed; including temperature files, and database index. The program is kernel-level driver that presents a standard disk to the operating system. RAMDisk stores and retrieves data from the system RAM on your computer otherboard rather than actual physical disk. Users can also set various options with the Kernel Driver which comes with the GUI.

With this program, you can also do the following: your internet page load page; control what files and programs are stored into the memory (loaded at boot time); create temporary disks for added security; reduce compile times; accelerate databases; and speed up disk-to-disk activities such as video encryption and audio ripping.

RAMDisk is very useful for application developers, especially when they want to check how fast their programs can be and possibly if your disk access has suddenly become a major headache. The program is a shareware, and users can download or purchase it at $9.99 per one. However, for up to 4GB disk size, users can have it for free; and pay $9.99 if they want something higher.

Want to check it out? Visit Dataram.

LibreOffice 3.3.0 Beta 2

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

One major benefit of LibreOffice is the fact that it is compatible with major office suites, and available on a variety of platforms. The program is free for use, and users are also not restricted when it comes to distribution of this program. This productivity software is has a lot of quality extensions that can be compared to the OpenOffice. Really, users are not going to find much difference between this program and the original OpenOffice program. As a matter of fact, there are users who would prefer to stick with LibreOffice because of its wonderful extensions, which like I already said is not too different from OpenOffice.

LibreOffice 3.3.0 is still being developed and there are a few issues reported that are still being fixed by the publishers. These issues include the following: the user interface is still in the English translation, even though it is an international program; for Linux and MacOSX, there is a need to download other language packs aside from English language; the LibreOffice 3.3.0 is still in branding and renaming, which means users may still see old graphics, icon or websites; filters for the legacy and StarOffice binary formats are missing; and others.

Want to check it out? Visit DocumentFoundation.

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