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  1. TheAussie

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  2. da_ab

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    DFX 9 Audio Enhancer is a 30 day trial.

    is there any good free alternative?
     
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    [Devpro- your content was edited by a Moderator due to our Rules , spefically, this part> "Circumventing Company/School/Parental or Other Restrictions - Because we are unable to verify the actual situation or intent, no assistance will be provided to those trying to circumvent Internet filters or similar restrictions and any such threads will be closed. Furthermore, we will not assist with violating the "Terms of Service" of any product, service or web site. Unfortunately, it is against Google's Terms of Service to download videos from YouTube. They have contacted us directly to request that we do not support with downloading videos from YouTube. Any posts with instructions or information about how to violate Terms of Service will be closed or removed].
     
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    Devpro,

    Just to be sure you see this.
     
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    Late night on the computer. Make the screen easier on the eyes.

    "f.lux fixes this: it makes the color of your computer's display adapt to the time of day, warm at night and like sunlight during the day."

    https://justgetflux.com/
     
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    "Should I Remove It? is a very simple but extremely powerful Windows application that helps users, both technical and non technical, decide what programs they should remove from their PC."

    http://www.shouldiremoveit.com/index.aspx
     
  7. zvone

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    Open Office 4.1.2, great free substitute for Microsoft Office!
     
  8. ChrisRogers

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    Hi, All

    My favorite that I have used this year is called iMyfone Umate Free. It's totally free.
    With 25+ advanced space saving analysis technologies, iMyfone Umate Free can scan and analyze your iPhone completely to recognize the used and free space on your iPhone and figure out how much can be released.
     
  9. knucklehead

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    Free licensed software daily

    https://www.giveawayoftheday.com/

    What's the catch? Each program is available for 24 hours only, and you must install it the day you download it. To clarify, the software doesn't expire after 24 hours. Rather, you have a 24-hour window in which to nab it and load it. But once that's done, it's yours to keep.
     
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    THE PROBLEM:
    Windows 7 - Windows does not remember window size and position.



    THE SOLUTION:
    * WinSize2
    http://winsize2.sourceforge.net/en/

    TOTALLY FREE, not even a method to donate to the author.

    I tested Winsize2 and decided this is exactly what I needed. It's simple as CTRL+ALT+Z to have it remember a particular window's settings.

    As a bonus, it automatically prompts you and asks if you'd like your desktop Icon setup remembered & saved. It has other features, but I didn't look into them yet.

    This program successfully changed my desktop from a dysfunctional mess, to an efficient working environment. BRAVO!!!


    PS: I believe that WinSize2 was created using the AutoIt scripting language which compiles to a standalone *.exe file and does not require installation into Windows. You just copy the folder to any location on any drive and create a shortcut to the desktop to run it. It can be set to start automatically when Windows starts, but honestly, I was a bit baffled on how to get the program setup initially. I finally got it, but don't ask me what I did because I couldn't tell you. If you happen to install it, please post a short message explaining how you did it.

    --pete--
     
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