Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Milouz Market to get easily and keep updated your installed software

For the readers, who like the idea, presented in the previous post for Ninite service, but look for alternative service, here is one more descent option. It is called Milouz Market.

Milouz Market is a free software manager for Windows XP/Vista/7 32/64bits. It allows downloading and installing automatically a list of famous piece of software (more than 200 titles are available). Thanks a functioning community, it also warns if an update is available.

After you have installed the application and flaunched it up for the first time, it runs a scan automatically and displays its findings afterwards in the program interface.

Main Features:
* Detecting installed versions on your computer
* Downloading, installation and update in only ONE click
* Possibility to put in queue several actions
* Silent install without installing advertising program and other toolbars
* Control your updates from the web with an account (optional)
* Select your update channel (Release/Beta/Alpha)
* Save you Internet bandwidth thanks to a communication between your computers in the same local network
* Schedule updates for an automatic execution.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

How to Install and Update All Your Programs at Once with Ninite

Online service Ninite allows you to install numerous free applications at once, with just a few clicks. It is free for personal use, elegantly presented, and easy to follow-up.

Go to and start ticking checkboxes for any free applications, you want to install on your computer. The catalog is rich, and includes not just the all-time favorites such as Google Chrome and VLC, but also less-known utilities like the Greenshot screen capture utility and CutePDF, a quality PDF printer.

List of the included utilities:

Once you are done checking all of the boxes for the applications you would like to install, click the big Get Installer button at the bottom of the page. Your computer will then download a tiny installer, customized according to your software choices. Run it, click "Yes" when Windows asks for Administrative permissions, and leave your computer for automatic installation / upgrade for all the utilities you have selected. Ninite asks no questions while running, and does not force you to click Next-Next-Next, agree to any EULAs, or to do anything else during the installation progress.

Ninite will:

* Start working as soon as you run it
* Not bother you with any choices or options
* install apps in their default location
* say no to toolbars or extra junk
* install 64-bit apps on 64-bit machines
* install apps in your PC's language or one you choose
* do all its work in the background
* install the latest stable version of an app
* skip up-to-date apps
* skip any reboot requests from installers
* use your proxy settings from Internet Explorer
* download apps from each publisher's official site
* verify digital signatures or hashes before running anything
* work best if you turn off any web filters or firewalls
* save you a lot of time!

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

4 Free Services to Send Internet Fax

Current technology trends are not in favor of faxing. However, there are certain organizations, where faxing is still considered as one of the mainstream approaches for documents exchange. While you may not need to buy a dedicated fax machine for these occasional needs, here we are going to present several free Internet services to send faxes:

1. GotFreeFax

GotFreeFax allowis you to send two free faxes daily to the USA or Canada, with a three page per fax maximum. No ads or branding appears on the cover page. GotFreeFax supports PDF, Microsoft Word, and JPG file formats as attachments.

2. PopFax

You can input a brief text message, or upload a document from your hard drive. Multiples formats are supported: PDF, Word, numerous image formats. Per legal request, they verify your ID by sending you an SMS with a code that will be asked from you before sending a free fax, so you will be requested to provide mobile phone number for validation.

3. FaxFree

Free online service with simplistic interface, allowing uploading the file to be transmitted as a fax. Acceptable file formats: Image Files (TIFF, GIF, PNG, JPEG), PDF, Office files (DOC, XLS, PPT), and other popular formats.

4. FaxZero

Send faxes for free to anywhere in the U.S. and Canada with the following limitations: FaxZero branding on the cover page; maximum three pages + cover; max five free faxes per day. Upload DOC, DOCX, or PDF files with option to attach multiple files to a single transaction.

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