The last seven days have seen a number of updates to popular software. The free avast! Antivirus 6.0.1, which enables you to secure your home computer or laptop, protecting you against the latest virus and spyware threats, has been updated. If you don't need the full protection of a security suite, give avast! Free 6.0.1 a try.
Dropbox 1.1.24 is available and is a powerful file synchronisation tool. Simply drop files in to your box and watch tme automatically sychronise across your computers, whether they are Windows or Mac machines. You can also access your Dropbox from your mobile phone, if you need access to an important document.
This week we've put up a batch of Android app reviews. One highlight is the free Webroot Mobile Security Basic, which isn't likely to be free forever. Google Search for Android is a powerful version of Google search for your mobile and worth a look. It's free, too.
Other highlights include the brand new Norton Internet Security 2012 public beta. CrossLoop for Windows reached 2.75, whilst Evernote for Windows, along with a host of new sharing features, reached 4.3.
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