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'Pic Viewer' freeware update -
'Pic Viewer' (and editor) freeware has been updated to version, correcting a few more small bugs, adding a few cosmetic changes and options, and adding some improvements to the code inside, for more efficiency.

You can download this latest version - and all other freeware - from our freeware page, as always.
19 Jan 2014 by Jose Falcao

All software approved as safe by Softpedia
All our freeware has been checked and awarded a "100% Clean Program" certification by Softpedia, testing and approving it as containing no viruses, spyware and adware of any kind and being completely safe to install.

And if you want to, you can check the individual certification reports directly at their site at:

File Renamer . Web Downloader . Date Reminder . File Spliter . Agenda . ToDo List . Wav Player . Favorite Tree . Pic Viewer . Porta Menu . Mini Calculator . Stock Control

This is nothing that we didn't already know ourselves, of course, but that's always good to have a third party - like this so well known and trusted Softpedia site - certifying all our software too. smile
18 Jan 2014 by Jose Falcao

2 of my freeware removed...
The 'Calendar' and 'Watch' freeware utilities have been removed from the downloads, as they were quite old and development on those two was almost inexistent, due to lack of feedback - among other things. Nevertheless, if you want a copy of it, just let me know and I'll email it to anyone that requests it smile

Everything else, from the 'File Renamer' to the 'Web Downloader' to the 'WV Player' and all the rest, can always be downloaded for FREE from the freeware webpage and is being continuously developed and improved for more than 10 years already!
18 Jan 2014 by Jose Falcao

'Wv player' freeware update -
And as I am here already, just a little anoucement that was due last summer already! wassat My freeware multimedia player, 'Wav player', has been updated up to version with the addition of a new command line switch //s to immediatly stop any kind of playback lauched from the command line previously.

Instructions and examples of how to use it are on the txt file that goes with the software, when you download it - too lazy today to write it all down here.. sorry wink

As always, all new versions of my many freeware(s) can be freely downloaded from the freeware webpage, as you already know.
26 Dec 2013 by Jose Falcao

'Wv player' freeware update -
Freeware multimedia player, 'Wav player', has been updated up to version

New track bars, with position moving to the main window, as requested by a few users - but with a new option on the menu to hide it away at will. A few bugs corrected on the process, some new menus and a few other bits... smile

As always, all new versions can be freely downloaded from the freeware webpage, where all my freeware is located.
13 Apr 2013 by Jose Falcao

'Web Downloader' freeware update -
'Web Downloader' has been updated to version

A couple small bugs that were introduced with the last big modifications - don't you just hate when that happens!! Nothing serious tho, just a few interface glitchs. Also the right-click menu is cleaner now, not so long, with menus rearranged in submenus and categories. A new 'delete filter' has been added, for files with no extension in it.

The Web Browser context menu creator utility (WD_ct_menu.exe) has also been updated, as Opera has changed it's 'standard_menu.ini' file location from folder '\Opera\default\' to folder '\Opera\ui\' on the more recent versions... Thank you Napiophelios for calling my atention to the fact that this utility was not finding Opera's ini file.

Download and check this new update from the freeware webpage, as always.
04 Mar 2012 by Jose Falcao

'Web Downloader' freeware update -
'Web Downloader' the freeware internet download manager, has now been updated to version

A now option on the information dialog that shows up the first time you run it and while you still didn't add the option to allow drag'n'drop of links directly from the web browser to the software's interface to disable it showing in the future if you really don't want to use this feature. Although I don't understand why you wouldn't, as the drag'n'drop of links directly to Web Downloader makes it so much more able and efficient smile

Also, all the dialogs that used to show inside the software window for adding, editing, seting preferences, filters and all that, have now been changed to proper dialog windows, exactly as they should always have been in the first place.. no more 'complaining' that this software didn't look like a a full Windows application wink

And, of course, this and all other freeware can be downloaded directly from the freeware webpage, as always.
23 Feb 2012 by Jose Falcao

'File Renamer' freeware update -
'File renamer' freeware continues being updated all the time, and is now at version

Version introduced the Win 64 bit Explorer's context menu, long due, but difficult to accomplish with free tools, as Delphi is still only 32bit. I had to use the Free Pascal Lazarus Pascal 64 bit version to compile a brand new DLL to make it work.

As you all know, File renamer always had the possibility to add a new context menu to Windows file explorer, to ease the sending of all files/folders to it's application window for easier renaming. Now it works on both 32 and 64 bit. There is also the possibility of only creating a SendTo extension if you prefer.

On version a correction to a bug was also done.. In fact, the new modification to the 'script creator' left all older scripts non-usable because a conversion routine was not added to the freeware wassat Sorry for that, but again thanks to our long user Kraus that brought it to my attention, this new version now dully corrects this omission.

And, as always, all new versions can be freely downloaded from the freeware webpage. It's FREE, folks! Just go there and use it.
19 Feb 2012 by Jose Falcao

FREE software? Yes, it is!
Everything on the freeware webpage has always been free and it will be kept like this. Nevertheless, downloads are now well above 200 Mb per day,
and it is costing a bit to maintain it...

So if you want to help support this freeware page and if you like using the freeware available and want to see it get improved, as it has been often, just go to the donations page and.. well, you know what it is for... smile

There is a very nice article, by the way, that you can check regarding FREE software and what most people usually think - not correctly - it is...

And, of course, keep sending me feedback on all the programs, your suggestions and opinions, what you would like to see modified or improved - and a few donations to help keep all this going wink - as hearing from you is what really helps me keep motivated to further develop those utility programs making them better to everyone.

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13 Feb 2012 by Jose Falcao

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