I am just wondering, why is it that some software companies can provide or produce freeware version of their software programs while others could not. Maybe some of these programs were great but obviously some are craps or of low quality, and trying them for only 30 days could not be possibly enough to discover their flaws. And how can we develop a “bond” or friendship to a program if we can only try/used them for a month? One thing I have ever observed and discovered was that some of the most popular software programs of the world have freeware versions available wherein full paid versions can also be obtain if we want to. That is, when users are completely satisfied with the freeware versions… then there is big possibility that he/she will get the full paid version. Not because he/she was impressed with the technical function of the free version, not because the company is popular, not because it is safe to use, and, absolutely not because it’s affordable. Some software companies didn’t realize the fact that pc users, especially “ordinary people” , wants to make their software programs as their lifetime partners rather than just a material possessions residing inside their pc’s. If we can really know the programs for a year or so and we are satisfied with it then obviously we can develop some kind of attraction to it and of being falling in love with it and we can’t live without it and will recommend it to others especially to our loved ones and to our friends and to anyone. In a real world, how can you trust someone to makes it as your true, tested, loyal friend if you can just know him/her (program) for only for about a month? It’s very risky isn’t it? (Not unless, it’s your soul mate…) That’s why I’m not surprised Zone Alarm becomes the world’s most popular firewall, Avast as the most recommended Anti-virus, Ewido the most in demand anti-trojan, ProcessGuard the no. one HIPS program, and Firefox becomes the most sought after browser, etc... and I also salute those high-quality freeware programs like CleanCache, Spybot S&D, EasyCleaner, SpywareBlaster, NTREGOPT & ERUNT, SnoopFree Privacy Shield, FireTune for Firefox, sysinternals.com programs, etc…that didn’t go or don’t have shareware paid version of their programs but still really good in doing its jobs, these people are very passionate and very dedicated in helping people. These programs have captured the hearts of ordinary internet users; they know well these programs because a free version becomes a part of their daily pc lives.