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I hope that the software and web links on this blog will hopefully make your technology life a bit easier.
The software listed here is mostly free for home use. If it is not free then it is software that costs under £50/€65/$100 this is denoted by a £/€/$ in the title.
If you wish to use it in a commercial environment please check via the appropriate product weblink before use.
All software listed here had been checked for spyware and viruses, but you should always run it through your own anti-virus and anti-spyware software before using it.
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