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EasyTables EasyTables

Useful csv tool 4 stars by tcarnevale (Read all my 4 reviews)
Simple and useful tool to display CSV data and to manipulate it. Supports search and replace, filtering, sorting, formulas and even mail merge.
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Pale Moon Pale Moon

Not as good as it used to be 2 stars by bat758
Pale Moon 25.0.1 Browser used to be very good. A lot of extensions and add ons that used to work with it are broken. Hopefully that will be resolved. And quite a few sites don't recognize Pale Moon. Tested this on 35 computers. The earlier versions of Pale Moon were quite excellent. Sad that the developer is going in this direction. Will wait and see.
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Download Ninja Download Ninja

Excellent downloader 5 stars by z28tommy95597 (Read all my 5 reviews)
Must try this Downloader. Integrates easily with major Browsers with easy add plugins. Speeds up downloads by 500 or more. Works on every Video site I have tried and grab most any download through clipboard copy. Converts to MP3 and many other formats too! Very Nice GUI.
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DiskBoss Free DiskBoss Free

A feature rich drive management product 5 stars by tcarnevale (Read all my 4 reviews)
Many, many features, some of which I look forward to using. A single installation can be used on disks, directories and network drives. Features I have used perform great. Synchronization works well, as does duplicate file find and cleanup, bulk file delete and data wiping. Very useful suite of tools. Detailed help is available online. My only suggestion is to include some help in the program itself.
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Geek Uninstaller Geek Uninstaller

Intuitive, efficient and quick 5 stars by tcarnevale (Read all my 4 reviews)
For me, this is an excellent uninstaller. Does almost everything I want: a deep scan, force uninstall, creates a list of installed programs. Only additional feature I might like is ability to batch uninstall a bunch of programs. A keeper!
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Mozilla Firefox Mozilla Firefox

33 is good! 4 stars by danielson (Read all my 5 reviews)
If the advent of Australis edition brought this browser down a notch in quality standards (GUI flexibility and addons compatibility issues)it still remains a good contender to the main stream browsers. This latest version seems to be a lot perkier than its predecessor. Android version is nice too! 4+
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Ultimate Settings Panel Ultimate Settings Panel

A bit of a tease 4 stars by tcarnevale (Read all my 4 reviews)
A great idea - a simple user interface to many windows features. Most features available in the free version seem to work fine. For example,Action Center, Devices and Printers and Location Information all bring you to the corresponding Control Panel screen. However,Find Fast and File History did not work on my copy of the software. Program comes in two versions - a freeware version and a pro version. All features are listed in the free version. If user clicks on a feature not available in free version (of which there are many), a popup window appears suggesting buying pro version. In my opinion, the company and product would be better served by publishing each version separately along with a list of what features. However, as it stands now, program should make managing a Windows PC easier for many users.
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hMailServer hMailServer

Excellent for test environments 4 stars by rob949 (Read all my 2 reviews)
I installed this on a test server to simulate inbound and outbound communications between users and applications. Works great, but occasionally the service has required restarting. (YMMV, given the sandbox it's probably a conflict that I've not bothered to figure out)
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BirdFont BirdFont

Useable, but... 3 stars by bolgwrad (Read all my 4 reviews)
Why do developers bother to create their own navigation interface? Is it because it's easier to go cross-platform? Do M charge to use the Explorer Dlls? Is it simply showing off? Birdfont seems to have come on a lot since the last review - but I've been using Windows since v3: I don't want to have to learn a new navigation interface just to try out a font creator/editor - it just isn't worth my time when there are alternatives available. With the normal Explorer interface, Birdfont might be really good, for free. With this interface, it's just a nuisance.
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TouchCopy TouchCopy

Saved 15,000 songs from my iPod to my new pc! 5 stars by barrett.mike24835
I had given up hope of transferring my iPod music to iTunes on my new computer until while web browsing I found TouchCopy. I did the trial version with 100 songs transfer, which went without a hitch. I decided to invest in a full version, and I'm pleased to say TouchCopy did not disappoint. It did take a while, but TouchCopy managed to copy all of my iPod music to my new computer - 15,000 songs in all, including artwork, playlists and videos! All in all, for me, the software was well worth the price.
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Bulk Image Downloader Bulk Image Downloader

Feels good 2 stop banging ur head on the wall 2 stars by robapacl147 (Read all my 2 reviews)
I have really tried for 2 weeks to understand the quirks in this app. There are some sites where it works very well. There are other sites, too many, where the operation is very flakey, or abortive. I have repeatedly been told that it downloaded xx files and go to the folder to find almost anything - thumbnails, banners, all kinds of garbage in addition to, usually but not always, jpegs that I selected. I just finished a round where I got none that I selected even though the pix were listed as downloaded. I have Win 7, 64 bit, just reinstalled in an attempt to get some of my other flakey apps to settle down, but either BID is incompatible or it's a beta version. I'm thinking of making XP a 2nd OS so I can use Reget Pro which has been a trusted app for years, but not with MS new crap OS's, like many other apps which I have depended on for a long time. Thank God Collomb updated " unlocker " to help me defend against those Redmond morons.
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FileTypesMan FileTypesMan

Yes, you can make changes to file types 5 stars by JohnCorliss (Read all my 10 reviews)
This great little Nirsoft utility is an enhanced replacement for Windows Explorer's ToolsFolder OptionsFile Types. You can double click on a file type and make changes to its settings. NOTE though, that you have to scroll down past the peceived types and application entries (neither of which you can make changes to) to reach the file types (which you CAN make changes to.) As usual, the program is portable and requires no installation. It creates a configuration file for its settings within in the folder you expand the utility into.
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Volumouse Volumouse

Useful and functional utility 5 stars by OTempora (Read all my 4 reviews)
As with all amazing NirSoft utilities, this spartan, low-overhead utility does its unique job well (v 2.02). Pick a set of shortcut keys and use your mouse wheel to change the sound volume. I use Left Shift + Left Ctrl for the keys, since I use my left hand for the various editing shortcuts anyhow. Those keys do not interfere with many other programs (that I've noticed). There are many tweaks one can define, but the basic setup will usually suffice; but do look under the hood for enhancements. For my main PC it is a joy, but I use it on all my PCs, even for those I don't listen to much music on. The only thing I'd wish for is a larger set of Custom Keys (currently limited to the various mouse buttons, Shifts, Ctrls, and Alts) for the odd PC that uses those shortcuts. Virtual Bytes on my Win7 x64 for the two modules is 96K + 68k. Thanks, NirSoft!
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SynWrite SynWrite

Editor has all I need 5 stars by utidl373
It's all a matter of what you need and expect from a good editor. There will always be pros and cons and there is no "best of all" editor out there. SynWrite does many things right and it's clear that there are missing some things. A plugin manager is one of these things. On the other hand, its update frequency is high. New releases comes out every few days and i'm sure that there will be more features soon. The good thing is, if you have any reasonable wishes, the developer will try to realize it asap. Personally I'm missing nothing and I'm totally happy with current feature set for my daily work. So it's not important for me if other editors can do more. Synwrite offers a plugin mode for Total Commander file manager. No other editors can do this. Don't like ST because of its dark interface. N++ interface is bad too.
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MediaPortal MediaPortal

Not worth anybodys time; a dead duck 1 stars by bolgwrad (Read all my 4 reviews)
Anybody who actually still uses Windows Media Center might consider MediaPortal a viable alternative. Sadly, you will spend more time configuring MP than using it. Cheesey default wallpapers, a Whack-A-Mole dropdown menu system, no hint that you need a scrollwheel to use the menus, it will probably need to patch your system to work, and in the end it's REALLY SLOW. Please, developers, go back to the drawing board. There are so many other good, free, fast, media players you can use.
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Carroll Carroll

Steffen has been really responsive and helpfu 5 stars by csjjpm (Read all my 3 reviews)
This is a really useful tool and I thought I may have a use for it in an AD login script. Steffen was very communicative and worked quickly to come up with solutions to my suggestions. I can use this with ifmemberingroup and it sets the screen resolution. Hihgly recommended.
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NxFilter NxFilter

Amazing alternative to commercial filters 5 stars by cvick338
I work at a school and the previous IT guy bought a very expensive filter that was not user friendly at all and had to be rebooted often because filtering would randomly stop working. I got tired of it and started researching and testing alternatives. After looking at various paid filters I came across NxFilter and decided to give it a go. It is very easy to set up and get running. Within 30 minutes or so I had it running on two machines in clustered mode. After testing it for a week with no issues, I deployed it on our network. Ever since then it's been running great and handling hundreds of thousands of requests without a sweat.
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Collagerator Collagerator

Leave this one alone. 1 stars by snapgraphic (Read all my 5 reviews)
Collagerator creates collages based on fixed templates. The only thing the user can do is to move photos within the template. The results are terrible. I wouldn't waste time with Collagerator. If you're serious about creating collages use Picassa.
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Qoppa PDF Studio Qoppa PDF Studio

Real world use of pdf studio 5 stars by knsjay688
PDF STUDIO PRO has been the best hands down., I have an appliance repair company. this is how we send tickets to techs and have them use the android ver. to take pics of model and problems with appliances. email tickets back to the main office. or use a cloud service to sync. Don't know how we did with out it,
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BurnAware Free BurnAware Free

Exactly what I was looking for. 5 stars by Protocom (Read all my 2 reviews)
Exactly what I was looking for. Its always nice to start looking for a solution to a minor problem with just a concept of what will fix it and wind up with a nearly perfect solution. I needed to burn files to DVD. Thats all, just point A to point B. Found this among various burning and backup software products. Downloaded, installed, ran, select function, select files, burn. Never even needed to look for instructions, it just worked and did exactly what I needed. It seems to do a whole lot more, perhaps someday I will need that as well.
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AllWebMenus Pro AllWebMenus Pro

A very helpful application 5 stars by tomaslensen626
Once, you get how to use it it has straight forward steps to create javascript or css menus. It has really a lot of features and in my opinion the most important to me is the responsive menu feature, so that the menus are perfect for all the devices and can follow the responsive design of modern pages. Another good point is their support, I was really amazed when I sent them a support e-mail and I got their response in less than half an hour. It's one of the applications I happy to pay for.
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Directory Opus Directory Opus

Not cheap, but you do get what you pay for. 5 stars by bolgwrad (Read all my 4 reviews)
How much money have you ever wasted buying gadgets or dumbware in the hope that it would improve your computer experience? DOpus isn't one of those. I first bought DOpus back in v4, it's now v11 - they charge for full version upgrades, but I'm hooked. Insanely customizable interface WITHOUT being confusing and you can view almost every file from the 'explorer' pane - from text to videos to CorelDraw. My favourite is editing RTF files without opening any other app. Save window layouts and recall them from the menu bar, double-click anywhere on the desktop to open whatever window layout you specify, you'll never run out of things to tweak or functions you didn't know you had. And the forum support is excellent; not that you will need support, just that you will have lots of ideas. If you're a tweaker, you won't regret buying it.
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Opera Mail Opera Mail

Robust, quality feel, free, a welcome relief. 5 stars by blueroverdotcom698 (Read all my 2 reviews)
Ok. I'm not a huge email client guy. I do know that I hate OUTLOOK though. I've used WINDOWS LIVE MAIL, POPPEEPER, and eM CLIENT. Pop peeper was cheap and easy, but too antiquated. Live mail felt too bulky. eM client turned out to be a 1 month trial. :- Didn't carte for the THUNDERBIRD interface. So....OPERA.....freaking incredible. Light weight, doesn't feel bulky, you CAN add your own email notification .wav file (I like that), and it handles ALL the major email services (gmail, hotmail, yahoo, etc..) It's a very professional, streamlined GUI interface too. Hmmmm.....not much else to say.....it's free, it works incredibly well, and I can tell you for sure that it beats the 'crap' out of a lot of these other clients out there. If you're going strictly by user's feedback responses to try and find an email client that does not suck, then you can rest assured that this is the one......stop looking. However, I'm not running a business with this client so I'm not sure how it will hold up in a business setting?? Seems like it's up to any task. :-) I freakin love it, and it's F R E E! Judging by OPERA MAIL, I kind of wonder if their browser is the same quality experience, but I love my FIREFOX w add-ons (and sometimes CHROME), so I'm not even going to try. :-) Happy receiving and drafting emails without worry! :-D
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SynWrite SynWrite

Good for matlab texts 5 stars by aaa5500119
I tested at least 5 usually very high rated programming editors, and found SynWrite more or less only by chance. Finally I found that SynWrite is one of the very best editors, and for my needs the editor of choice. I am actually surprised that it is still not more popular and not much more frequently referenced to and then also higher ranked by programming editor comparing blogs and journal articles. In general: it has Code Folding it runs perfectly stable and is outstandingly fast it has syntax highlighting (lexer) for almost every language around, and for the case still needed, lexer configuration is very well documented. A detail to add to this, for my personal needs: it comes already with a basic and yet sufficiently functional MATLAB syntax highlighting, something almost all competitors miss.
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Advanced SystemCare Free Advanced SystemCare Free

Too much 2 stars by MrJaw69 (Read all my 34 reviews)
Advanced SystemCare Free follows the idea of optimizing my computer to increase performance. The trouble is, this software (and some others of its kind) then proceed to install piles of files, run at startup, and run in the background thereby adding to my machine's overall workload. Advanced SystemCare Free seems to have integrated itself into many areas of my computer, and I'm not convinced that it's really doing that much more than the optimizers that run and then go away.
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Calibre Calibre

A must have! 5 stars by realbull2009250 (Read all my 33 reviews)
Go ahead. Try to find a better e-book manager/reader. You may find some good ones, but still not as good as Calibre. It is the most complete e-book manager/reader that I have used. Anything that you could possibly want to do with your e-books can be done on Calibre, so there really is no reason to mention the functionality here. If a feature is not in Calibre, you can bet that it will be included sometime in the future. Development support is constant with continuous updates frequently available. There is no need to use another e-boook manager/reader unless your favorite e-book store forces you to use their own. The worst thing that I can say about Calibre is that there should be a "skin" or GUI option. The current icons used are unappealing. Various icons are used from different icon sets, so Calibre has no themed look to it. If you are handy at changing themes, it can be done manually by changing the Resource/Image folder in the Programs folder. But most users would not know how to or bother to do it. So overall Calibre is definitely your one stop solution to all your e-book needs.
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Mozilla Firefox Mozilla Firefox

Beginning to suffer 2 stars by EmpressTrudy (Read all my 14 reviews)
FF has become increasingly clunky and slow and bloated. And it's becoming difficult to say in sync with add ons. For instance FF 32.0 is incompatible with Symantec Vulnerability add on. And almost immediately they released a 'fix' to 32, 32.0.1 which is supposed to address stability and security issues (of course) but it runs slower than 32.0 which was ever so slightly faster than 31 but the overall trend had been bigger, bulkier, slower, fatter. And the releases don't appear to add much except for developers.
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Folders Popup Folders Popup

Extremely useful - a real time-saver 4 stars by patwolves (Read all my 6 reviews)
I've only been using this for a week and I'm already wondering how I managed without it before! It does exactly what it's supposed to do - allows you quick access to selected folders and specific files without having to trawl through a mass of directories. You can also add URLs which, although useful, you'd probably already have added as bookmarks in your browser. The write-up from the Author implies you need a middle-button on your mouse to use Folders Popup but this is not the case; it can be used by configuring a variety of left or right button combinations and it can also be called using a definable keyboard-shortcut. A definite "keeper" and many thanks to the Author.
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CloneSpy CloneSpy

Is it just me? 1 stars by MrJaw69 (Read all my 34 reviews)
I expected the usual duplicate finder fare, but what I found is software that wanted me to go through and decide, duplicate file by duplicate file, which I wanted to keep. I admit that I didn't read the help file, because I used enough of these things that I figured I could navigate through the options relatively easily since I've used several other duplicate cleaners. Clonespy might be dynamite, but in my 15 minutes with the software I didn't find anything to indicate that. If you're not in the mood or don't have time for a learning curve, you probably want to look elsewhere.
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AllDup AllDup

Bummer. 3 stars by MrJaw69 (Read all my 34 reviews)
It didn't find all my duplicates. I can sympathize with someone trying to write software like this as it must be pretty elaborate and somewhat trying to test, still, I wish that it caught all my duplicates.
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