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AIDA32 - Windows System Profiler
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AIDA32 is a professional system information, diagnostics and benchmarking program running on Win32 platforms. It extracts details of all components of the PC. It can display information on the screen, print it, or save it to file in various formats like HTML, CSV or XML.
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All You Ever Wanted to Know about Wikis
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Ever wonder what a Wiki was? Great article on Wikis...Ward Cunningham and Bo Leuf designed WikiWikiWeb , the first wiki in 1995 to be an open, collaborative community Website where anyone can contribute. Since then, programmers have created many wiki-inspired programs and wiki Websites. Most of these stay true to the goal of simplicity. Wikis can be used for a large variety of tasks, from personal note-taking to collaborating online, creating an internal knowledge base, assembling an online community, and managing a traditional website. The possibilities might make wikis seem like a daunting system, but commitment to simplicity makes wiki tools a breeze.
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Boa Constructor
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Boa Constructor is a cross platform Python IDE and wxPython GUI Builder. It offers visual frame creation and manipulation, an object inspector, many views on the source like object browsers, inheritance hierarchies, doc string generated html documentation, an advanced debugger and integrated help.

Zope support: Object creation and editing. Cut, copy, paste, import and export. Property creation and editing in the Inspector and Python Script debugging. It is written in Python and uses the wxPython library which wraps wxWindows.
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Just about every freeware, shareware or fee-based software product available.
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ebase 2.0 is powerful and affordable database software created by TechRocks, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, for other nonprofits. Based on Filemaker Pro but efforts are under way to create a new more universal platform.
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Freeware Home
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“There are thousands of great freeware titles available for Windows based computers and this site collects the best of them in an attractive and easily navigable interface. Categories cover everything from desktop wallpaper and fonts to education software and Internet tools."
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Organizers Database
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ODB was made available for public download in March 2002 to give grassroots organizations the ability to immediately start using a high-quality database product. Smaller and simpler then eBase but still a robust contact management tool.
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The Pricelessware List reflects the programs favored by participants in the alt.comp.freeware newsgroup.
It is not an exhaustive list of Freeware, however the freeware on this list has been used by quite a few people and has successfully withstood the usability issues of a demanding virtual community.

When I am searching for a free utility, Pricelessware.org is my first stop.
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Software for Small Computer Systems
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Tech Surveyor Offline - eRiders
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A new tool to aid in organizational assessment and inventory. Designed specifically for eRiders with great features aiding in managing data for all your groups and your eRider team. Integrates well with the online version of Tech Atlas. Discussion list for support for Tech Surveyor Offline can be found at - https://eriders.net/mailman/listinfo/techsurveyor_eriders.net

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TightVNC Software
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VNC (an abbreviation for Virtual Network Computing) is a great client/server software package allowing remote network access to graphical desktops. With VNC, you can access your machine from everywhere provided that your machine is connected to the Internet. VNC is free (released under the GNU General Public License) and it\'s available on most platforms. Original VNC distribution can be obtained at this site.

Here you can find an enhanced version of VNC, called TightVNC, which includes a lot of new features, improvements, optimizations and bugfixes over the original VNC version, see the list of features below. Note that TightVNC is still free, cross-platform and compatible with the standard VNC. Many users agree that TightVNC is the most advanced free remote desktop package. And it\'s being actively developed so you can expect that TightVNC will become even better.

TightVNC can be used to perform remote control and administration tasks in Windows, Unix and mixed network environments. It can be very helpful in distance learning and remote customer support. Finally, you can find a number of additional VNC-compatible utilities and packages that can extend the areas where TightVNC can be helpful.
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