Freebie Finds

I’d say a great first post for 2006 on SuperAff would be some freebies!

Here’s the latest round of freebies I’ve found. As usual – some I’ve tried and some I haven’t. Maybe you’ll find one or two useful things for yourself ;).

Icon Buffet
Once a month, IconBuffet will deliver a free collection of stock icons (a Free Delivery) to your IconBuffet account. These special icons are royalty-free for both commercial and personal use.

PS Hot Launch VVL
Free Version Screen Cap
This little app keeps things nice, neat, organized and your favorite or most used computer applications at your fingertips. Slick & Easy – just as I like them.

Everest Dictionary version 3.10
Everest Dictionary is a free dictionary. There are 37 dictionary databases available at this moment.

KnowledgeTreeâ„¢ Document Management System
Web-based, feature-rich, and open source. This is enterprise knowledge management with no price tag.

AI RoboForm 4.6.8 (last uncrippled freeware version)
I do recommend purchasing the full, current version of Roboform – but if that’s not possible right now for whatever reason, you can try this last uncrippled freeware version. Not as feature rich as the current version though.

Free Stock Photos
Big List!

Qliner hotkeys
Hotkeys builds on the concept of Windows shortcut keys but takes this concept to a whole new level. Do you think key combinations are hard to remember? Just hold the Windows key for three seconds and up pops a Onscreen Keyboard with icons on the keys that are configured. This you can you use, not only to remind you of hotkey combinations, but also for Drag and Drop Configuration.
Gives you the opportunity to “try out” some of the best php/mysql based free and open source software systems in the world.

Screenshot Captor
Program for taking screenshots on your computer. It’s different from other screenshot utilities in several notable ways.

Free mind mapping software

GMail Drive shell extension
A Shell Namespace Extension that creates a virtual filesystem around your Google Gmail account, allowing you to use Gmail as a storage medium.



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