August 13, 2009

Freewares and Free Softwares August 09

Quotepad

Quotpad, a handy notepad for Windows, is different. It is a good
alternative if you don't need a larger notes organizer, like Evernote.
It saves the text selected on the screen without forgetting its
source. Just select some text in any application, press Ctrl+Shift+Q
and the selected text will be saved to QuotePad together with the URL
of the webpage(?) it was copied from. Features Include: Reminders,
Quick filtering, Automatic backup, Multilanguage interface, Time
stamping, Checklist, and print. PrintQuotepad docks to the side of
your screen as a thin vertical line. The default is orange but if you
want to change the color you can as it has several color schemes.

QuotePad runs under Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7 and has a
multilingual interface. It can be downloaded at
http://quotepad.info/downloads/quotepad.zip

A help file can be browsed at http://quotepad.info/help/

PicPick

PicPick could prove useful to software developers, graphic designers
and home users. It is a all-in-one design tool with a plethora of
features which include: Captures - Full Screen (Support for Dual
Monitors). Active Window, Window Control (Scroll a page
automatically), Region, Fixed Region, FreeHand, and Repeat Last
Capture; Image Editor - similar to Microsoft Paint, but you can do
more, provides an effect like selection opacity, blur, sharpen,
brightness, contrast, hue, saturation, flip, rotate and etc; Color
Picker; Color Palette; Magnifier; Pixel Ruler; Protractor; Crosshair,
and Whiteboard. PicPick with an intuitive interface, is a portable
ware, so doesn't need any installation.

The 1.21 MB PicPick (27 Jul 2009) for Win XP/2003/Vista/Windows7 can be downloaded at http://picpick.wiziple.net/picpick_inst.exe

Flock

Flock is a browser designed to enhance the active online social user's
experience. Managing multiple social networks, web mail, media, news
feeds and blogs, is no more a hassle. With Flock you can instantly
discover, enjoy and share the relationships and content. It has the
capability to let you `broadcast' to multiple locations at once,
eliminating duplicate effort. Posting and promoting your own blogs
into Facebook is effortless, just drag and drop content and ask
Flock to do the rest - post it to your Facebook newsfeed, post your
Tweets, collect status updates from MySpace, Bebo and other networks,
and more. The latest release of Flock includes Facebook Chat for
instant messaging with friends. There have been over 80,000,000 log-
ins to services via Flock since the release of Flock 1.0. For the
second year in a row, Flock has been nominated for the Webby Award for
social networking which it won in 2008.

You can download Flock at http://www.flock.com/download

Easy Time Control

Easy Time Control offers workforce management solution to fit any size
budget and organization. It can be a good choice for small to medium
sized organizations and individuals who are looking for an affordable
time and attendance solution. Recent Changes incorporated include:
Job Costing - Recalculate Employee Hours - Export - Logging - Users
and Roles - Daily/Weekly overtimes - Overtime Approval - Auto Punches
- Wizards - Offers major time tracking features - Compatible with
different types of time clocks. The trial free download can help you
evaluate the product, the trial version contains all the features
available in a licensed copy.

To try it out you can download the 31 MB Easy Time Control v5.2.127
(9 Jul, 09) for WinXP, Windows 2000, 2003, Vista Starter, and Vista at
http://www.easytimecontrol.com/download-time-control-program.asp

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Is there a way to find out whether my computer's hardware
will work with Windows 7?

To check out whether your computer will work with Windows7
you could download Microsoft Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor at
http://snipurl.com/windows7upgradeadvisor.

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QUOTE

If we can really understand the problem,
the answer will come out of it, because
the answer is not separate from the problem.

--J. Krishnamurti

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