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588 George Chetcuti’s Blog 17 Dec. 2014
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  1. MDaemon 9.5.1 released

    Alt-N Technologies released latest version of MDaemon mail server. MDaemon reached version 9.5.1. MDaemon is versatile email server developed for Windows operating system. It is pretty stable and quite reliable. It is available for 31-day trial. Licensing cost depend on number of users in the system and options used, e.g. PRO/Standard mode, AntiVirus module installed. Here is the link to... Read More

  2. Intel: new drivers for 2100 LAN and PRO/Wireless 7100 LAN

    Intel has released new drivers for 2100 LAN and PRO/Wireless 7100 LAN. You can download it from here: Driver v. . Technorati : driver, intel : driver, intel Ice Rocket : driver, intel... Read More

  3. The Dude v. 2.0 Beta 11

    The Dude 2.0 Beta reached 11 version. The Dude is a nice network monitoring and discovery utility that simplifies mapping of the network. You can download this version from this url: Technorati : monitoring, network : monitoring, network Ice Rocket : monitoring, network... Read More

  4. Internet Explorer 7, upgrade is inevitable.

    One week has passed after MS released its newest web browser, Internet Explorer 7. Microsoft managed to pack in a number of improvements in new IE. In my experience new IE is quite smooth and stable browser. Together with improvements in security, CSS handling, tabs and looks, IE7 seems to be a decent upgrade from previous version. Firefox 2.0 on... Read More

  5. Firefox 2.0 is available for download.

    Firefox 2.0 has been made available for download. It hasn't been officially released yet. Probably Mozilla Foundation is waiting for mirrors to catch up. Anyway, here is the link: Firefox 2.0 Windows Releases Page. Here is the direct link to US English Firefox 2.0. The official release will follow later on today. Technorati : Firefox, browser : Firefox, browser... Read More

  6. GFI EventsManager discovers what is really happening on your network

    London, UK, 12 October, 2006 - GFI, a leading international developer of network security, content security and messaging software, has today launched GFI EventsManager, its next generation solution for centralized event log management and reporting. GFI's latest release delivers insight into all that is happening on the IT infrastructure and ensures maximum network uptime; acting as an early-warning system for... Read More

  7. WPUT FTP upload utility

    Sometimes it is needed to upload a number of files automatically without any user intervention. WPUT utility might be a solution in this case. wput is a powerful ftp upload utility supporting resumed uploads, rate-limiting, TLS. wput is modelled after the famous UNIX download manager wget and has simple command line interface. Here is the the list of options available... Read More

  8. Key Thing Lite v. 1.19

    KTL - Key Thing Lite is a tiny utility that i mentioned before in my posts. It can display install keys of various applications installed such as MS Office, Adobe etc. It can display Windows install keys as well. It came in handy a couple of times in the past couple of weeks. Key Thing Lite reached v.1.19. Now It... Read More

  9. New Opera web browser release

    Opera web browser has reached version 9.10 build 8629 on Windows. Opera is a free alternative to Internet Explorer and Firefox web browsers. It is pretty stable and feature packed application. The latest version although a beta has a number of improvements including built-in Fraud Protection technology. Opera also has a version for mobile phones, PDAs and communicators. Pretty decent... Read More

  10. 2X Application Server tested.

    As soon as 2X announced their implementation of terminal services I was curious to try it out. So I grabbed the latest version of 2X ApplicationServer from the download site: I decided to install ApplicationServer on a spare Windows 2003 Server virtual machine. Here is the list of steps performed to install ApplicationServer (by the way, I didn't read... Read More

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