Alaron tackles Core FTP for this week’s Freeware Frenzy. If you’re looking for a free, up-to-date FTP client, it might be worth your while to give this program a shot.
“CCleaner” can clean excess junk left behind on your computer after installations, uninstallations, and various other software activities that leave orphans behind on your hard drive.
Alaron takes a look at Microsoft’s AntiSpyware Beta and gives a rundown of the application. Will it replace other spyware detection utilities?
Alaron brings us a tool to help combat spam in this week’s Freeware Frenzy
For this week’s Freeware Frenzy, Alaron takes a look at “Avast!” Yahr! I can’t help but make a pirate joke about this one. The application itself is no joke, however. It’s actually quite useful. It sports an intelligent AntiVirus application and Firewall.
Alaron reviews a useful Google tool called Picasa, which acts as an image orgainizer and editor.
Tweak UI allows you to take control of a number of “hidden” options that are either buried under layers of menus or hidden in the registry. There’s really some neat stuff you can change, so be sure to take a gander!
Alaron does a walk-through of Mozilla’s new Firefox 1.5 release.
Alaron takes a look at mIRC; a chat program that will connect you to IRC networks.
Alaron takes a look at the newest version of ZoneAlarm, which proves to work well for his security needs.
After taking a look at Ad-Aware last week, this week Alaron tackles its brother software package: Spybot Search & Destroy.
Alaron takes a look at the IT world renowned spyware removal utility, Ad-Aware SE Personal. Anyone who calls themself a techie these days almost has to have this utility, among others, to combat spyware.
Alaron tackles a crucial element this week about hardware: What is the first question you ask when someone says my video card is overheating? “What video card do you have?” And of course some people have no idea that there is a card in there and not some kind of magical force that makes pictures on the screen. As luck has it, this week’s Freeware Frenzy’s covers just the piece of software that will answer the question: Everest Home Edition
Alaron takes a look at the newest OpenOffice suite. It’s quite the value for the price (Free!)