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05
Jun
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Movie Collector Review

Synopsis: Are you a self-proclaimed film fanatic? Do you own so many movies that it sometimes takes 30 minutes just to find 'the right' selection? In that case, you need Movie Collector! Movie Collector is an organized, automated movie database ... system that is designed to help you catalog your collection of DVDs, DivX files, VHS tapes, and more! Adding movies to the database is quick and easy -- with virtually no typing necessary! Just enter in the movie title and Movie Collector will automatically download all information from various sources on the Internet (like IMDb and DVD Empire), ... (view more)

Fri
03
Jun
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Acoustica BeatCraft Review

Synopsis: Make your own sweet beat! Acoustica Beatcraft is an extremely powerful, yet an easy-to-use Drum Machine software program for beginners and professionals alike! Its friendly, streamlined interface makes beat generation fast, while allowing ... your unlimited creativity to pour through. Beatcraft features an extensive library of top-quality, professional drum sounds, powerful sequencing and loop generation tools, and killer audio effects, all wrapped in a clean and comfortable interface with a 32 bit state-of-the-art sound engine. Acoustica Beatcraft: Screenshots Click to view: Page 1 | ... (view more)

Thu
19
May
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BigOven Review

Synopsis: Easy, Award-Winning Recipe Software with 150,000+ recipes at your fingertips! BigOven recipe software is the easiest way for you to: organize your recipes, generate grocery lists to save shopping time, and discover great new dishes shared ... by other cooks around the world -- plus much, much more! BigOven: Screenshots Click to view: Page 1 | Page 2 | Page 3 | Page 4. BigOven: Key Features Makes everyday cooking easier Access 150,000+ recipes instantly Print, share, or post recipes online Port recipes to your PALM and take it on the go Enter your own family favorites See ratings and ... (view more)

Wed
18
May
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BVS Solitaire Review

Synopsis: BVS Solitaire Collection 5.4 for Windows 9x/ME/NT/2000/XP is an award-winning collection of 390 solitaire card games. If you're tired of the old standard Windows Solitaire, be sure to check out this vastly unique and equally impressive ... card game collection! BVS Solitaire: Screenshots Click to view: Page 1 | Page 2 | Page 3 | Page 4. BVS Solitaire: Key Features 390 solitaire games not found anywhere else Provides a plethora of statistical and scoring info Track your performance against others Modify rules of almost any game "Show Next Move" command Multi-level undo/redo Selectable ... (view more)

Sat
30
Apr
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MemOptimizer Review

Synopsis: Is your PC becoming increasingly slow and unstable? MemOptimizer monitors your system in the background and frees resources when these are required. The result is that your programs will run faster and be more stable than ever before! ... MemOptimizer: Screenshots Click to view: Page 1 | Page 2 | Page 3 | Page 4 | Page 5. MemOptimizer: Why Optimal Memory equals Better Computing Almost all software programs contain "memory leaks". Over time, memory leaks cause less and less memory to be available on your PC, resulting in slow system performance, slow web browsing, slow startup speed, ... (view more)

Fri
29
Apr
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Total Privacy Review

Synopsis: Protect Your Computer From Prying Eyes! Total Privacy is a safe and easy-to-use Windows privacy protection tool that securely deletes Internet tracks and program history information stored on your computer. Total Privacy guarantees your ... privacy by permanently erasing all traces of your Internet and computer activities. Protect your Privacy today, with Total Privacy! Total Privacy: Screenshots View: Page 1 | Page 2 | Page 3 | Page 4 | Page 5 | Page 6. Total Privacy: Features Total Privacy cleans all the tracks of your Internet and system activities, including: browser's cache, ... (view more)

Wed
03
Nov
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Color Coded HTML Text Editor (Freeware)?

Recall -- Last week I asked Infopackets Readers for a freeware color-coded Text Editor capable of editing certain file types (such as HTML documents with JavaScript embedded). Infopackets Reader Keith B. writes: " I use Notepad2. It's much better ... than the standard Windows Notepad, and I use it for editing pages on my own web site. From the web site: 'The original Notepad shipped with Windows is probably the handiest program of all times, small, fast, without frills! Notepad2 tries to follow this principle, it's a small, fast and free text editor with syntax highlighting for HTML and ... (view more)

Wed
02
Jun
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Programming Hiatus, Part 2

With respect to yesterday's feature article regarding new changes affecting our web site, Infopackets Reader Paul B. sent me the following Visitor Feedback: " Dear Dennis, Just a quick comment: Keep up the good work! I have never been disappointed ... with infopackets or any of the products I have purchased thru the site. Thanks for that. I do have one question, however. I just read the 06/01/2004 issue of the Gazette, where you reported that you are writing web scripts [I.E.: special web server programs] in order to transform the layout of the infopackets web site. In writing this email to ... (view more)

Wed
24
Mar
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Swap file optimization?

Speaking of Windows optimization, Infopackets Reader 'Harkatcan' asked me a very interesting question the other day that dealt with the Windows Swap File. " Dear Dennis, How can I get my swap file to empty when I start my computer? When my system ... boots up, a dialogue window appears and reports that I have 572meg in my swap file. Could this be why my computer is running so slow? I use win98se. A techie friend of mine suggested that I write a simple batch file [program] so that my swap file is deleted every time I reboot the computer. That way, it will be replaced with a new swap file that ... (view more)

Wed
17
Mar
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RoboForm Special Release

When was that last time you visited a web site that asked you for a login ID, password, or account number? With all the web sites I visit on a regular basis, it's tough to keep track of that sort of stuff. I used to use Internet Explorer's ... AutoComplete to remember my logins and passwords for me, until I got fed up losing all my important data every time the computer had to be restored or formatted. A while ago, I asked Infopackets Readers for an alternative solution to AutoComplete. Thankfully, many Readers referred me to a program which not only remembered all my form data, but also allowed ... (view more)

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