Mozilla Thunderbird 52.7.0 with security fixes and two other minor changes

Mozilla released another Thunderbird update which fixes various security problems. Among this important change the eMail-Client also got two other minor fixes which fixes a search problem reported via the Bugtracker and a Yahoo related problem to display a better error message in order something went wrong. Download You can revive the update within the... Continue Reading →

Ultimate Boot CD 5.3.8 is out

Ultimate Boot CD 5.3.8 was just released and comes with several nice program updates. The full changelog is as always available over here. The official page hasn't updated the description or versions history yet but they will within the next day(s). MajorGeeks already offers a download link to the current version. Overview Ultimate Boot CD (UBCD) is... Continue Reading →

Guess Who’s Back? – WHDownloader

WHDownload was once one of my favorite Windows & Office Download utility back in the day, until the developer Alphawaves decided to stop the project due time and other reasons. Now the downloader utility is finally back with a new fresh look which makes it very easy for everyone to download Windows and Office specific... Continue Reading →

Private Internet Access Software goes Open Source

Private Internet Access (PIA) made a big step forward by releasing their Software as open source today. The announcement page also mentioned that the Browse extensions also getting released on GitHub too. The client-side software will be rolled-out in waves over the next five months. Code at GitHub PIA supports Windows, GNU/Linux and Mac as... Continue Reading →

Patch My PC Review

PSI is dead and people keep asking me what do I recommend, the answer is SUMo but there is also Patch My PC which actually really do update your applications with a single click. Program Overview Patch My PC was founded in 2011 by Justin Chalfant. Their official website shows 7 people involved in this product... Continue Reading →

Sandboxie 5.24 adds Support for Secure Boot

The new Windows Sandboxie version is out, the biggest change seems to be that it finally added a feature what was requested by the community for a long time now - Secure Boot. Changelog Version 5.24 adds several new things, like Favicons support, Secure Boot & code improvements since the code now switched to the... Continue Reading →

Mozilla Lightning 5.4

Good news from Mozilla, the Lighting calendar which you can fully integrate into Mozilla Thunderbird or Seamonkey got an update and is now available and downloadable in version 5.4. The work on version 6.x are already ongoing. Changes in v5.4 A full changelog can be found here, and the extension is as always available here.... Continue Reading →

Split large files with HJSplit

HJSplit is a portable utility which allows you to easily split large files (no matter which file extension) with only a few clicks. The program is freeware and also can recombine the files you splitted. Program Overview The program is freeware and works on all operating systems like Windows, Linux and MacOS. Each OS has it's... Continue Reading →

Personal Software Inspector (PSI) end of life

PSI? Ah that was the solution which took forever to load to display which software is up2date or not, well PSI seems to drop their Personal Software Inspector solution on 20. April 2018 which means you that the program will no longer be maintained or supported. PSI was a shitty program You guys know me I... Continue Reading →

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