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New software releases

  • Default Folder 1.6.4
    What more can you say on this utility?

  • PGP 8.0
    The final version. Another essential tool for anyone concerned with his privacy (USD 35)

  • Cocoa eFax 1.0.2
    Need a new fax machine? Try out this neat little cocoa application. It took me 10 minutes to pay the USD 10 :)

  • Virex defs 021127
    When will McAfee implement an automatic update of these defs ?

  • Analog 5.30a
    Another essential tool to process your web logs. Nice integration with Report Magic.

  • Nikon Scan 3.1.4
    Nikon has AT LAST released a version of their software that is Mac OS 10 compatible .. but doesn't support the LS-2000. We couldn't wait and went with SilverFast.

  • phpMyAdmin 2.3.3
    The essential tool for all MySQL managers

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Reponses to “New software releases”

#1 by David Roessli

09:41 on 4 December 2002

The freeware version of PGP has appeared on versiontracker: PGP 8.0 freeware

#2 by lolita

10:10 on 4 November 2003

Nice site you have!

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