CCleaner 3.10 and CCleaner Portable 3.10 are now available. Amongst the new features include support for the latest web browsers, including Firefox 7 (beta), Firefox 6 (stable), Safari 5.1 and Internet Explorer 9.0.2.
Task Coach 1.2.26 is a handy application that enables you to manage both individual and multiple tasks as well as schedule a project and even monitor the costs involved. One other useful feature is that it's a cross-platform, so can be used with Windows, Mac OS and Linux. There's also a separate portable version.
Acronis True Image Home 2012 is one of the best backup and restore tools, made even more more substantial with the inclusion of drive migration, cleansing and other useful maintenance tools. The latest 2012 (v15.0.5545) ships with file synchronisation, so you can keep data in sync, between multiple computers (desktop and laptop) and a brand new user-interface.
Pale Moon 6 is the latest version of the speed optimised, Firefox based browser. This interesting browser will instantly feel familiar if you've used Firefox but also includes a number of unique features designed to improve speed and efficiency. The latest v6.0 ships with a number of bug fixes. Note that not all of your Firefox 6 add-ons will work with Pale Moon.
Speccy 1.12 is the latest version of the small but powerful tool designed to give you a detailed analysis of your PCs hardware configuration. The application has a number of uses but is ideal when trying to identify what components are currently installed on your machine, without using Windows.
The latest version 6.0 of the hugely popular Firefox browser is now available for Android users. It ships with relatively few new features, but v6.0 is faster and ships with a new Permissions Manager.
RoboForm 7.4.2 helps you easily log into your favourite websites and fill in online forms with ease. RoboForm can be accessed from anywhere using almost any device, giving you access to all of your passwords. There's also a separate RoboForm for Mac.
This month we've also added a number of interesting Android apps. Google Goggles is an interesting offering from Google that utilises your mobile devices camera and image recognition technology to provide relevant information directly to your handset. Useful for identifying anything from famous works of art to important landmarks as well as providing a translation function for reading foreign menus. Snapbucket enables users to get further use from their camera. This app can be used to capture, edit and share images via your Android phone. Wikipedia for Android is an app designed to enable you to get the most from Wikipedia, plus it is completely advert free.
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