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Alright let's take a break from learning stuff. It is time to get some software. I hate piracy. Especially because there are so many alternative free/open source software available. For free! I mean legally free, so that you can get updates, call for customer support and all that.

Right, I will give away, legally, the free licences to a number of software that you otherwise need to pay for. You can install them on your machine and pretty much do anything you want. Practically you are buying it for 0$ ;)

Okay so what's the catch?
None. So keep reading. Head over to the links provided below and claim your free software now.

From now on, you can get our Giveaways from the giveaway tag in the tag list.

Download PC Tools Privacy Guardian for Free
Privacy Guardian is a safe and easy-to-use internet privacy software that securely deletes online Internet tracks and program activity records that are stored in your browser and other hidden files on your computer.It guarantees your internet privacy by ensuring all traces of your online Internet and computer activities are permanently erased and unrecoverable on your PC. Information from every website you visit is stored on your computer and recorded in hidden Windows locations including temporary files, cookies, system registry and the index.dat file. Web browsers only provide partial privacy protection by allowing some temporary Internet files and cookies to be deleted, but they do not clean data out of all the hidden files nor do they delete the data securely.Privacy Guardian is simple to install and easy to use. It is suitable for Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape, Opera and Mozilla Firefox Internet browsers and can be set to automatically protect your privacy at regular intervals. With Privacy Guardian installed on your computer you will never have to worry about prying eyes again.
PC Tools Privacy Guardian

It can be used in Windows XP, Vista and 7.
Generally the software costs $26.93 but now you can get it absolutely free.
Simply enter your name, email ID and country name in following form:
Once you submit the form, you'll receive the free license code and download link in your Inbox.

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