Freeware Files: Five Unexpected Automation Apps for Windows!

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jchadwell

When I saw the word "automation" I was hoping to see Lifehacker's Belvedere program mentioned here.  Just wondering what you guys think of that program.

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Ian_Gompers

Nice LOST refrence, I downloaded mimic just for that!

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Neufeldt2002

VisiPics website says that it requires 32bit versions of windows but it worked just fine on 64bit windows 7.

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Michael Ellis

Just out of curiosity, do you guys test theses applications for malware before you publish them?

 

HP Pavilion Elite e9280t  AW020AV-ABA

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TheMurph

Every single app is put through its paces over on Virus Total.  As for what said application might install as part of the installation routine, well, that's something you have to take charge of -- and I mean that in an "uncheck this box and we won't slap a toolbar on your system" way, not a "holy crap this application just installed 30 things on my system without prompting me" kind of way.

Have you noticed an issue with one of these apps? 

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Bilbert

some people have had problems with malware from nchsoftware.com according to WOT:

http://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/nchsoftware.com

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popstop785

I like the identity finder app in the sense I can run it on the pc of some very arrogant people who refuse to believe they have saved sensitive information on their PC. Hopefully it will help me open their eyes.

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gendoikari1

Better yet, post it on the Internet. /b/ especially. 

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