Freeware Bonanza!

Discussion in 'Technical Reference Threads' started by Kyle, Aug 2, 2006.

  1. Powaqqatsi

    Powaqqatsi Haters gonna hate.

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    Songbird.

    A free open source music player that can sync most iPods and many other mp3 players. It has some cool features, not the least of which is that it isn't windows media player or itunes.

    It integrates with last.fm, shoutcast, and a bunch of other crap. Automatically shows information about the currently playing artist/song/album.

    Available for windows, linux, and OS X.

    http://getsongbird.com/
  2. Baba

    Baba Rep Giver

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  3. Scott Hamilton Robert E Ron Paul Lee

    Scott Hamilton Robert E Ron Paul Lee Straight Awesome

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    FTK Imager - Can recover a complete image or files from a failed hard drive. Used primarily by police, it has chain of custody resources built into it. I'm using it right now, and it seems to have been working fantastically.
  4. Scott Hamilton Robert E Ron Paul Lee

    Scott Hamilton Robert E Ron Paul Lee Straight Awesome

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    Hiren's Boot CD - Similar to ultimate boot disk, Hiren's BootCD includes trouble shooting tools for HDD's, Memory Testing, etc., as well as a Linux OS that can be loaded in memory only. With a full toolset of anti-virus / anti-malware programs, it is a good companion to Ultimate Boot CD.
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  5. Sean the Puritan

    Sean the Puritan Endut! Hoch Hech!

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  6. womble wizard

    womble wizard Fresh Meat

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    if you want to try 3d modeling have a shot at googles sketch up.
    While it's not light wave it's pretty easy to use if basic