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C-Free 5: A modern C++ IDE

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We all have got stuck and thought for a quite a while on which C++ compiler or IDE to chose. C-Free by Program Arts is one of the highly modern C++ compiler there is. We are sure that you’ll love it. C-Free 5 also supports C, so whether you are C++ programmer or a C programmer C-Free won’t let you down. C-Free uses modern and updated C++ coding system that is more meaningful and logical but also supports some of the old coding methods. Continue

Virtual Router Plus: A Virtual WiFi hotspot creater

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Are you dying for a Wi-Fi Router? Do you have a Wi-Fi enabled mobile phone but you don’t have a Wi-Fi router? Is your Wi-Fi Router far away from your room and you’re not able to get a strong Wi-Fi signal? Do you access the world wide web from your laptop via an Ethernet cable, but unfortunately you need to pay for getting connected to the internet on your Mobile phone?
Well, we bet many must be facing at least one of the above difficulties!
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Viber! The best messaging app

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Had problems with online messaging or calling your friends from your cell phone using the internet? Then Viber is the solution to end all your messaging problems. Viber has the most simplest interface which makes it easy to make calls and send messages. Viber being cross-platform and being available on Android, iOS and Windows Phone allows you to make calls or message your friends via the internet.

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Quick Look: Virtualbox

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For a long time running a virtualization used to be the domain of hardcore geeks and system administrators. In past, virtualization software used to cost a huge sum of money. Fast forward to the future, and even a common person has access to free virtualization software.

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The King of To-Do Apps: Wunderlist

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Finding a great to-do list app is hard — we want them to be easy to use very powerful but with no clutter. Wunderlist, made by the team at 6Wunderkinder, found the perfect balance between simplicity and features. With features like cross-platform (Windows, Mac, Linux, Web, Android, iOS) syncing, notes, multiple categories and more, Wunderlist might as well be the king of all To-Do Apps.

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Immersive First Person Shooter: War Inc. Battlezone

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There are a lot of free to play games out there but not many have the capability to draw you in and make you play more. Fortunately, War Inc. Battlezone is one of those games. War Inc is a free to play online shooter that is available for PC and also available on Steam. With good graphics and game mechanics that will be familiar to anyone who has played an FPS before, War Inc. is definitely be worth a try.

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MetroTwit Review

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A little while ago Microsoft released Windows 8, the new version of Windows featuring a new interface called the Metro Interface. Using the same metro design,  Pixel Tucker made a new twitter app for Windows featuring the same interface. The new app MetroTwit was one of the one of the first Windows apps featuring the new Metro interface and is a nice replacement for tweetdeck.

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Top 3 Mail clients for Windows

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Email is an essential part of digital life in the 21st century, some people hate it some can’t live without it, either ways it is something that is necessary for having an identity in today’s world. While previously we had reviewed a wonderful email client, Sparrow for Mac OS X, this time we are gonna look for alternatives for Windows.

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