2.3.3 (Aug 1, 2010)
bobad hasn't looked at the program options. It is possible to auto-save to a folder. There are a few steps to it which are a little confusing (set auto save location and set output type to auto-save - not to Save As Image File). All of the other options seem simpler. I wish the Editor's Save button was on the toolbar/ribbon, saving a click into the menus.
2.2.6 (Jul 12, 2010)
Free for personal use. Does everything that it should plus more. All customisable.
2.11 (Jul 6, 2010)
Simply the best password manager. Maybe too many features for most people. Does everything i can think of and i can run a version of it on Android.
Anomoly> UPM is a lightwieght - no feature manager. It doesn't compare with this. There are KeePass ports to every OS and phone you can think of.
6.50 (Jun 21, 2010)
This is the best freeware code and general text editor around. The author is very active fixing issues, improving the application and listens to all suggestions. The editor is highly functional and a pleasure to use. I can't think of any negitives.
Compared to it's competition:
Notepad++: Menus are a mess and many plugins don't work with the current version or Unicode.
PSPad: Not quite as nice to use as RJ and development of the product is slow or has stopped.
8.5 (Jun 3, 2010)
It is called "Backup & Recovery" now. Version 10. Free for personal use. Very good software. Nice to use. Loads of features. Extract files from the archive or restore the whole disc image. Very fast (140GB on a notebook in 58min). Another program took 2 hours for the same thing.
8.5 (Jul 18, 2010 - 8:20 PM)
@TomasF> It is called "HTC Nexus One" in Australia. It has only just gone on sale here with Android 2.1 (EPF30). Now we must wait a few more weeks for the Vodafone build of 2.2 (which Vodafone push globally) before we get automatically updated. I guess that's incentive to manually update to a generic build.
The phone may be 6 months old, but is still one of the best.
8.5 (Jul 1, 2010 - 8:15 PM)
Doesn't a 1 cent diod bridge (4 diods in configuration) do the same thing? And that has been around since the begining of time. That is used in all mains feed devices to change the AC to DC and the right polarity (although the voltage level then needs to be regulated).
8.5 (May 25, 2010 - 9:28 PM)
Nitro is a much better alternative to Adobe's bloatware. Loads much, much faster. Looks pleasing and is a pleasure to use.
Don't confuse this with a PDF editor. It is not. It can not edit PDF text. You can insert via overlaying, but not touch the existing text or layout. :-(
PDF-XChange Viewer is much more functional, but the menus aren't as nice to use. Seems a bit faster than Nitro too. It inserts text via overlay too. No true editing.
Both of these products are a LITE version and have PRO upgrades. I have still to find a good free PDF editor. That would be worthy of an article like this.