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Yes, it is sensible to check what you download first.

 

I challange you to a tuxracer competition from there rridgly!!

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decided to get secure shredder from that list,needed a new one since i got rid of system mechanic.

you got a lot of anti-spyware programs in ur list new_age,not a fan of spyware terminator myself,but rest are nice.i use ad-aware/spybot/spywareblaster and i get like 0 spyware these days.shud check out spywareblaster

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Those both are closer to Word than notepad.(that old version of atlantis is terrible. Abiword is cool though)

If you want something close to notepad you could use this:

http://notepad-plus.sourceforge.net/uk/site.htm\

 

Also hazle I don't see how to make tuxracer go online... I downloaded the zip version.

You can'tplay on line I don't think.

I have tux racer and it is very addictive, I take up the challenge with Hazelnut aswell !

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You can'tplay on line I don't think.

I have tux racer and it is very addictive, I take up the challenge with Hazelnut aswell !

 

Thanks. Tried it a while back (note pad +) but wasn't to happy with it. maybe I'll give it a second look

Thanks again

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I think that is a pretty poor list of freeware. There are many quality programs missing, such as:

 

GMail Notifier under Internet

 

KCeasy under P2P

 

AIM Ad-Hack under Chat

 

Jetico Personal Firewall under Security

 

Hover IP under Network

 

Core FTP LE under Servers

 

Quintessential Player under Audio

 

MPlayer under Video

 

and many others.

 

 

Anyone using that list to find good programs to use will sadly miss out on some excellent products. :rolleyes:

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On windows MPlayer is owned by media player classic. Mplayer is ok on linux just because their are slim pickings though. :P

Quintessential's beta player is pretty good but the stable one is not really that great on library support.(whats up with this programs developers? There hasn't been a new version in a while. :( )

 

Aim Ad hack is pretty good but even the new aim thats been cleaned up is way way too bloated. Gaim beta allows you to be signed on multiple accounts at a time.(awesome) Plus its not bloated and has spell check support.

 

Jetico is good and the others in your list I either haven't tried or don't have a use for. :P

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MPlayer is owned by MPC? I've used both and MPlayer is a different program, so thats a surprise. I use the MPUI front-end for MPlayer.

 

Yes, QCD doesn't have the best play list support, but not everyone has the need to organize 10,000 songs. They're next version will include a full media library however. If I needed an iTunes alternative, I would definitely use Songbird.

 

I agree that the AIM 6.0 version of Ad-Hack is bloated, thats why I use the "classic" 5.9 version. No ads/spyware and very lightweight!

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May have already been posted. :unsure:

Under Anti Keyloggers Neo's SafeKey seems interesting.

Neo's SafeKey (#1), provides a virtual keyboard which changes "width and height each time, as well as its placement on the screen (to fool mouse-loggers, buttons will always be in different positions each time you use the program)". You then drag and drop the password into the form field, so it doesn't rely on the clipboard at all.

Castlecops Lists of freeware security software

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