Freeware search companion with integrated browser for fast search and download. Includes history, latest products and freeform search tool. Download the latest freeware products straight to your harddrive without the need for endless web surfing!
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
AIIconPack 1.1 127 free application icons for any windows or web applications. Each icon is 32 x 32 high quality bitmap file. All icons are 100% free for personal or commericlal use. Icons include folders, disks, arrows, workstations, actions, people, files..
AITabPanel 2.1 AITabPanel provides developers with a pure extended Windows Panel component with new design features for a modern curved Office or Vista style panel..
Description: Freeware search companion with integrated browser for fast search and download. Includes history, latest products list and freeform search tool. Download the latest freeware products straight to your harddrive without the need for endless web surfing!
Download from a range of freeware categories including DVD tools, antivirus, spyware removal, adware blockers, popup blockers, mp4 converters, iPod tools, Firefox extensions, Outlook Addins, .net components and tools, Java scriptors and many more..
1. Integrated web browser
2. Automatic search history
3. Top products automatically displayed
4. Fresh and easy to use interface
5. No popups or other included software (as standard with all AI products)
FTP Find Files On Server Software 7.0 Search for files and folders on an FTP server. Search for files by filename or by specified words or phrases found within the actual file. This software offers a solution to users
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