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Free Forum PHP Software: Add a discussion board to your website

Forums, also known as discussion boards, bulletin boards (“BBS”), message boards, or community forums (and possibly some other names that I’ve missed out), have always been popular. They allow visitors to your site to interact with each other and discuss … Continue reading

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New Free Clipboard Manager: Cut and paste multiple things in one go

Clipboard extenders or managers allow you to extend the facility of your system’s clipboard beyond its default ability. On some systems, the system clipboard only allows you to cut/copy one fragment onto the keyboard. The next time you copy or … Continue reading

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New free file manager: work with files / multiple folders efficiently

The free file managers listed on this page can be used instead of the default shell provided with your operating system: on Windows, you can use the free file managers here in place of Windows Explorer, on Linux it can … Continue reading

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New free BASIC compiler compatible with QuickBasic and QBasic

The term BASIC, an acronym for Beginner’s All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code, actually describes a whole plethora of computer languages, not all of which are actually compatible with each other. On many home computers, the earliest implementations of the BASIC language … Continue reading

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New Free WYSIWYG Web Editor: Design your own website on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux

Are you looking for a web editor to create or design a website? This page lists free HTML editors, Web editors, WYSIWYG (ie, “What You See Is What You Get”) editors, web site builders, as well as specialized editors optimized … Continue reading

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