June 11, 2009

Free Softwares E-Utilities URLs : 11 June 09

Software Informer

Software Informer can help manage system softwares. It can
automatically scout all the softwares installed in the computer and
if need be, update and uninstall them. Key Features: Detects every
software installed on the computer, lists them, and automatically
updates them, provides direct access to the software's website to
seek clarifications and or write comments, registration to keep
abreast on recent questions and comments, and sports a unique
floating desktop feature through which all installed softwares can be
accessed, with just a click. To initialize Software Informer do
restart of the computer after its installation.

The 713 KB siClient v1.0.405b for Windows 9x/XP/Vista
can be downloaded at http://files.informer.com/siinst.exe

Presently 13,992 programs (15,144 versions) have been reviewed by the
editorial team of Software Informer and 203 339 members registered
with it.

F.lux

F.lux can adjust the color of the pc screen to make computing less
strainful on your eyes, at night. You would find the screen look
warmer and less glaringly blue than during the day. The colour change
is automatic and would be based on the estimated sunrise and sunset
hours for your location. As the location is only a guess provision
has also been provided to enter an exact latitude and longitude, if
you desire so. f.lux makes your computer screen look like the room
you're in, all the time, by changing the color temperature of your
display. The default setting is 3400K for night and 6500K for daytime.
This can affect color sensitive work such as editing digital
photographs, but there is a disable switch that lets you to turn F.lux off.

The 545 KB Flux for XP/Vista can be downloaded at
http://stereopsis.com/flux/flux-setup.exe  for Mac OS X at
https://secure.herf.org/flux/Flux.zip  and the Linux version XFlux
for Linux (glibc6) at https://secure.herf.org/flux/xflux.tgz

An FAQ can be browsed at http://www.stereopsis.com/flux/faq.html

Freebie Notes

Freebie Notes is an easy to use electronic self-stick notes(stickers)
manager for home or office. It can be used to create electronic notes
which can be placed on the desktop. The reminders can be associated
with separate alarms. Also, they can be customised individually to
make them look more or less visually prominent. Features: create
electronic notes (stickers), edit stickers in the advanced mode,
specify the date and time of reminder, customize the default
parameters of electronic notes, unlimited number of notes, autosaving
of notes, notes database editor, fast notes displaying time setting,
and saving of the text of a note to a file.

The 1.5 MB Freebie Notes 3.27 (May 30, 2009) for Windows 9x/ME/NT
/2000/XP/2003/Vista can be downloaded at
http://www.pw-soft.com/free-download/freebie-notes.zip

An FAQ can be browsed at http://www.pw-soft.com/stick-notes/faq.html

The developers aver that Freebie Notes would not carry no ads,
banners and is free from spyware programs.

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CYBER STOP: 10 JUNE 09

DH reader suraj wrote

Can you suggest me a freeware that can be used as a personal diary
with many features?

DH suggested

You could try the 4.2 MB iDailyDiary v3.52for MS Windows 9x, ME,
2000, XP, 2003, and Vista at
http://www.splinterware.com/download/idailydiary.zip

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QUOTE TO MULL ABOUT

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.

- Leonardo da Vinci

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