"F-Secure® Anti-Virus 2010 offers better protection against viruses without slowing down your computer. Automatic updates and advanced cloud computing technology ensure the fastest protection against new threats. Extensive studies conducted together with our users have helped us create a new user experience that sets a new standard for safe PC use. All problems are handled without disturbing the user you only get a notification that confirms your continued safety.
This software will detect and remove secretly installed applications from your PC better than ever before, thus ensuring that your system will be running smoothly and without spyware."
Kaspersky TDSSKiller 188.8.131.52 Kaspersky Lab has developed the TDSSKiller utility that allows removing rootkits. A rootkit for Windows systems is a program that penetrates into the system and intercepts the system functions (Windows API) » 10.04.2019 - 4.82 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Free
ClamWin Free Antivirus 0.99.4 A Free Antivirus that includes a scheduler, virus database updates, standalone scanner, context menu integration » 14.03.2018 - 174.52 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Free
Combofix 184.108.40.206 Easily remove spyware and several types of malware from your computer » 08.08.2018 - 5.4 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Free
Rising Antivirus 23.01.83.57 Rising Antivirus Free Edition protects your computers against all types of viruses, Trojans, Worms, Rootkits and other malicious programs » 14.10.2019 - 13.54 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Free
Norton Virus Definitions 28.09.2020 32-bit The latest Certified Virus Definition for Norton AntiVirus, Norton Internet Security, Norton Security, Norton Security with Backup, Norton 360 » 27.06.2020 - 52.81 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Free
Dr.Web CureIt! 28.05.2022 Easy to use curing utility to clean your computer infected with viruses and various unwanted codes by the Dr.Web Anti-virus updated twice an hour » 28.05.2022 - 251.92 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Free
Microsoft Safety Scanner 28.05.22 A standalone on-demand computer scanner that performs quick, full, or custom analysis on your computer to detect potential threats » 28.05.2022 - 119.44 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Free
BitDefender Antivirus 220.127.116.11 The BitDefender Antivirus application provides advanced proactive protection against viruses, spyware, phishing attacks and identity theft, without slowing down your PC » 06.05.2022 - 13.8 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Shareware, $39.95
Trend Micro Pattern File 17.489.00 The Official Pattern Release or OPR is Trend Micro's latest compilation of patterns for identified viruses. » 07.04.2022 - 61.83 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Free
A feature-rich viewer and converter. Features: - View and organize: XnView DeLuxe enables you to view more than 380 multimedia file formats including the latest ones (JPEG2000, Ogg Vorbis). Your photos are displayed in the form of thumbnails, enabling you to browse your albums or folders. With its exclusive "Albums" function you can classify and organize your multimedia files methodically without having to copy them. - Search : The multicriteria search function (IPTC, Exif, Key words...) enables you to find your photos easily and efficiently. Instant visual search using the calendar. - Retouch your Photos: The quick retouch wizard enables you to correct your photos instantly and automatically: settings, red-eye... - Convert: With XnView DeLuxe, you can convert images automatically, giving them the same characteristics (size, format, definition...). The batch conversion tool enables you to parameterize more than 50 functions. - Create your own slide shows in PDF and Flash formats: Create your own slide shows in the blink of an eye with transition effects, soundtrack... your own photo websites, avi or div-x video files... - Store your slide shows in multiple formats: PDF, AVI, Flash, Exe, Scr. - Burn your slide shows on CD, VCD & SVCD: Burn your slide shows on CD, VCD & SVCD and view them on a TV (using home DVD player). Possibility of saving your slide show with auto-executable xnview. - Share: Send your photos & slide shows by e-mail, in image, PDF or zip files.
"It is no secret that the Internet and file-sharing networks are literally overloaded with music. Lossy formats - like MP3 - offer the highest degree of compression, and are easily the most popular means of file-sharing. When played through relatively low-fidelity audio systems, the sound offered by such files is often indistinguishable from CD quality audio - to the average human ear. However, lossy-encoded audio tracks fare poorly when played on Hi-Fi systems, or when enjoyed through a pair of quality stereo headphones. Since the untrained ear is an unreliable detector, the purchase of traditional audio CDs has given rise to a new concern - the authenticity of the audio data they contain. Here is a sample collection of audio CDs, purchased between 2000 and 2004 in various music stores. As you can see, approximately 25% turned out to be so-called - fake-audio CDs, produced from lossy audio sources - most likely from low quality MP3s. One method for auditing such CDs is MPEG artifact searching. The most useful and simple artifact to address is the frequency cut-off, which signal is scarcely affected.or even missed.at about 18kHz. The frequency cut-off (produced by an ear-model of the sound, used by the MPEG algorithm) is usually quite sharp at one or more high frequencies (16-20kHz). Music produced from such files is less dynamic, exhibiting fewer sound distinctions (as with drums and other sharp sounds). Other artifacts of MPEG-coding add a specific type of noise, corresponding to MPEG-coding errors (numerical noise) and Fourier transformations, and a decreased correlation between channels (known as - sound center fluctuations). Some studio companies remove live recording noise very inaccurately, by simple cutting-off all the frequencies above 16-18kHz, using digital filtration. The resulting music suffers from similar sound artifacts to those exhibited by MPEG-coded audio recordings. MPEG-coding errors could be decreased using a dithering technique (a smart-smoothing of the audio). Sounds can be made to seem more distinct through the addition of noise and smoothing of the signal spectrum (a technique known as noise-shaping). Still, despite such techniques, data from the original music is irretrievably lost; instead, one is left with music of inferior quality, after a few processing tricks and the addition of old and new artifacts. The Aucdtect algorithm was developed to detect whether MPEG artifacts are present in recordings. The program and could be used, for example, to detect inaccurate numerical processing of a music recording that results in the loss of sound quality."
A program that allows users to quickly change their Windows 2000 and Windows XP boot screens. Unlike many other programs that can change the Windows XP boot screens, BootSkin does so in a safe manner. It doesn't patch the Windows XP kernel, nor does it require the user to download replacement Windows XP kernels to do so. The program comes with 4 boot screens; lots of additional boot screens sit here.