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Thursday, November 16, 2006

Free Commercial Software with Giveaway of the Day

Giveaway of the Day is looking to give away one commercial software title each day. The catch: you have 24 hours to download and install the software. Right now, a program called LoudScout, which allows you to retrieve metadata about an archive or media file without downloading it, is available. After installing it, you have to run an activator program to actually be able to use the software.

It's an interesting model that's taking advantage of the boom in online advertising. While users can easily download commercial software from P2P networks, there's always a risk of catching a virus. However, I am wondering when the activation program gets cracked.

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