Quantum announces free software: From Impression enhancers to overclocking your processorBy Chris Williams. Published: 24th Feb 19:05:45 | Permalink | Printable
Quantum software, part of the Acorn Cybervillage group, have today announced the availability of free software written by them. Developers of popular desktop enhancers Keystroke and Blinds and file rescuer Undelete, Quantum have also thrown in a previously commercial application, Impressive.
"We are even giving away one of our past popular commerical programs that we previously sold for £14.95" Stuart Halliday, maintainer of the Acorn Cybervillage, today announced.
Free Quantum software: http://www.cybervillage.co.uk/acorn/qs/free.stm
Acorn Cybervillage: http://acorn.cybervillage.co.uk/
Acorn Cybervillage FTP: ftp.cybervillage.co.uk
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