The Best Free Software Of 2012!
This Year Has been a fun year hasnt it? Some thought the world would end! In future we’ll be laughing on this! I couldn’t write for a long time. I am sorry for that. Here is my comeback Post! I bring you Best (FREE) Softwares of This Year….Its goodbye time for 2012. Also The Source Of This Article is PCMag , catch one of the greatest reviews on their site!
. Copernic Desktop Search Home
Windows | Mobile
Need to do an in-depth search of your hard drive’s contents? Now that Google is out of the desktop search game, Copernic is the master, combing through the contents of files, attachments to emails, metadata/tags on files, and inside archives.
Windows | Portable
Small, portable, and available in multiple languages, Everything indexes your hard drive in real-time, so searches for keywords are nearly instantaneous.
Like Everything, Locate32 indexes your hard drive to make it easy to find files. You can even run it from the command line for faster results.
With open-source AxCrypt installed, you can instantly encrypt and password protect individual files with a right click. Send the files to friends, who won’t need AxCrypt as long as you give them the password for access.
Windows | Mac
Dashlane stores your passwords for you in the cloud, but keeps track of all your online purchases and filled out online forms locally, so you can organize them. All of the data is encrypted, both on your drive and on the Internet, and only your personal master password will gain you access.
KeePass Password Safe
Windows | Mac | Linux | Portable
Memorizing passwords is a suckers game. If you want them strong and secure, let an app like KeePass create and store them for you. Then, all you need is a master password to get you on any website.
Windows | Mac | Linux | Mobile
One of the few pieces of perfect software tested by PCMag— we gave it a rating of five stars—LastPass manages passwords across all your computers and phones and browsers. It auto-fills forms, performs auto-logins, and secures your data, and it’s all ruled by one master password.
The free My Lockbox creates one single lock-boxed folder on your computer that only you can access (but is still protected by anti-virus apps). If you want to password-protect more folders, it’ll cost $25.
Not much is free when it comes to parental controls and Internet monitoring for Windows, but Qustodio’s real-time categorization can instantly block a website with inappropriate content.
Windows | Mac | Linux | Portable
Encrypt an entire hard drive, or just one partition, in real-time with TrueCrypt. Or, use it to create a secured virtual disk that only you can access.
Windows | Mac | Linux
Digsby has excelled as a multi-protocol instant-messaging client for years, but it has so fully embraced social networking that we’re moving it to this category. It’s a great way to keep tabs on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn while chatting (even via audio and video). Plus, it manages email.
There’s no reason social networks like Facebook and Twitter shouldn’t be as readily available as your email. Inbox2 puts them (and other services you want to track) all in one big inbox.
Windows | Mac | Web
If you’re a social media pro and need a one-stop spot for accessing everything, plus a catalog of plugs-ins to get access to even more sites and services in that same interface, get ready to brave the crushing barrage of features offered by Seesmic.
Windows | Web | Mobile
Sobees calls its software the “social media manager” to access Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and MySpace.
Windows | Mac | Web | Mobile
TweetDeck is now owned by Twitter and has undergone some changes. It dropped support for some services (LinkedIn, MySpace, and Foursquare, for example) while also getting native apps for Windows, Mac, and a special Web version to run in Google Chrome. It still has a great interface for accessing Twitter and Facebook.
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