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This version is running nicely on both my Windows 7 and Linux Mint 14 KDE operating systems. I've always had a place in my heart for this browser because of the way you can customize it with add-ons, but some releases over the past couple of years have been less than stellar. A number of times new releases have been incompatible with popular add-on extensions. When this has happened the browsing experience was greatly diminished. Fortunately the last few releases have been devoid of problems.
This little gem of a program is so simple yet incredibly useful. When you right click on a file, folder, or drive a context menu comes up with an option in it labeled FileMenu Tools. Click on it and you will see a list of tools and custom command options that can really improve upon basic Windows usage. Very nice? It's so simple and useful you wonder why Microsoft didn't include it in their operating systems. A must have!
Of the 72 extensions I have added to my Firefox Speed Dial is, without question, one of the most used and useful. It allows me to quickly gain access to favorite web sites by way of small thumbnail size pictures that can be arranged by size, number, and group. Setting this extension up properly can be very time consuming if, like me, you have a ton of sites to add in a number different tabs, but when finished you will have a tool that will make navigating your favorite web sites SO MUCH EASIER. You are sure to wow your friends with this one. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this one!
Bayside Sniper II is, without question, the best auction sniping program I've used to date. That includes the once laudable and highly touted [...], a program that changed ownership, became bug riddled, and is now a mere shadow of its glorious past.
BSII is easy to install and configure and has tons of cool features: a colorful and customizable interface, icons and context menus for entering bids in Internet Explorer and Firefox, bid groups, sound and animated alerts, email bid result notification/with remote access, an eBay feedback feature, auction item backup, and operational logs. The feature list goes on and on. The author of this software has also put together a well written and attractively illustrated 40 page help file that prints up nicely. On top of all this Bayside Sniper II goes for a one-time fee of $14.95 .... a steal at that price. Lastly, on checking version history I found that this program is still being very actively developed.
Price: Free Trial ($9.95)
While I personally use the paid for file manager program Directory Opus I have no reservations whatsoever in recommending Free Commander to those looking for free alternative. I feel it's the best free file manager/windows explorer replacement available today. The interface is nice, it's stable, easy to use, and has a reasonably full feature set. Anyone using the default Windows Explorer file manager and wanting better would be well advised to give Free Commander a look, as it's definitely a big step up in quality.
update and install Windows drivers
take and manage notes
advanced image scaling software
manage your iPod without iTunes
Remote Desktop and Support Software
network and server monitoring
file undelete and data recovery utility