On this month's DVD, enjoy full versions of the web-development prowess of Netobjects Fusion 9, the drive-indexing and search power of Exalead One Desktop Pro, one-click web publishing with Website X5 Smart Edition and the document-exporting power of NovaPDF Lite Desktop 5. Also, see the innovative Rocket Reader trial, which is an Australian invention, that promises to teach you to read faster yet also retain more information! A truly extraordinary claim, that busy people everywhere would like to test!Full Version Software
Exalead OneDesktop Professional
NovaPDF Lite Desktop 5
Website X5 Smart EditionEntertainment
Overlord PC Demo
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2Patches
ATI Catalyst 7.3 Control Center Package (XP)
AVG Free Edition Updates
Norton AntiVirus definitions update
NVIDIA Forceware drivers for 6000 and 7000 series version 94.24 (98/ME/2000/XP)
NVIDIA Forceware drivers for 6000, 7000 and 8000 series version 158.24 (Vista)
NVIDIA Forceware drivers for 7050 and 7025 version 101.17 (98/ME/2000/XP)
NVIDIA Forceware drivers for 7050 and 7025 version 101.17 (Vista)
NVIDIA Forceware drivers for 7800 and 7900 GO series version 84.63 (Laptops)
NVIDIA Forceware drivers for 8000 series version 158.22 (98/ME/2000/XP)
Spybot Search & Destroy Update
VIA HyperionPro drivers 5.12A
Realtek AC'97 Codec
Realtek AC'97 Codec (Vista)
Realtek High Definition Audio Codecs
Realtek Realtek High Definition Audio Codecs (Vista)Freeware
Ambient Design ArtRage
DeepBurner Free 1.8
Open Office 2.2
The GIMP 2.2.13Windows
Ad-aware SE Personal 1.06
Adobe Reader 8
AVG 7.5.446 Free Edition
EditPad Pro 6.2.2
Google Desktop Search 4
Google Earth 4 Beta
Microsoft Windows Media Player 11
Spybot Search & Destroy 1.4
True Launch Bar 4.1
Zone Labs ZoneAlarm FirewallInternet
AOL Instant Messenger 6.1
Crazy Browser 3.0 Beta2
Diino 4 Trial Account
Google Toolbar 4.0
Mozilla Firefox 188.8.131.52
Mozilla Thunderbird 184.108.40.206
MSN Messenger 7.0 (98/ME)
Portable Firefox 220.127.116.11
Remote Administrator 3.0
Trillian Basic 3.1.6
Windows Live Messenger Editorial
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