Need freeware or open source alternatives

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  1. noob_1

    noob_1 Registered Member

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    Hello! I need to urgently change my SHAREWARE softwares to good FREEWARE or OPEN SOURCE alternatives. I like things in portuguese or brazilian portuguese, but this is 100% secondary.

    Shareware softwares i use:
    * Microsoft Office 2003 Pro (customized installation with only Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher and extra tools like Picture Manager)
    * PDF Password Remover
    * AI RoboForm Pro
    * Driver Detective
    * WinRAR
    * Nero 7 (customized installation with only essential apps)
    * Raxco PerfectDisk
     
  2. wilbertnl

    wilbertnl Registered Member

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    Password Scrambler functions great in both Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox.
    Billeo does too
     
  3. WSFuser

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    Any particular reason? I consider WinRAR, PerfectDisk, and Nero to be very good.
    OpenOffice.org
    For Firefox you can use its builtin password manager and use teh Autofill Forms extension
    I would just check for drivers teh old fashion way. Go directly to manufacturers site.
    7-zip, Izarc
    InfraRecorder, FinalBurner Free
    JkDefrag
     
  4. noob_1

    noob_1 Registered Member

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    Yes they are good, but i haven't money to pay for them and don't want to use cracked versions :/
    thanks for suggestions. Is there any form to put my roboform passcards into fx built in password manager?
     
  5. wilbertnl

    wilbertnl Registered Member

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    A while ago Rarlabs offered winrar 3.51 for free. The key is here, I bet that you can find winrar 3.51 itself on the download site of Rarlabs.
     
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    I dont know. When I switched I built my password list from scratch.
     
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    wilbertnl Registered Member

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    If you use Password Scrambler, you will NEVER need to convert password lists again...
    Password Scrambler does not store anything anywhere..
     
  9. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    Hello,
    Damn, WSFUser beat me to it...
    Mrk
     
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