Freeware is software, most often proprietary, that is distributed at no monetary cost to the end user. There is no agreed-upon set of rights, license, or EULA that defines freeware unambiguously; every publisher defines its own rules for the freeware it offers. For instance, modification, redistribution by third parties, and reverse engineering are permitted by some publishers but prohibited by others. Unlike with free and open-source software, which are also often distributed free of charge, the source code for freeware is typically not made available. Freeware may be intended to benefit its producer by, for example, encouraging sales of a more capable version, as in the freemium and shareware business models.

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    Closed Free remote desktop app like litemanager for business in lan?

    Hey, I have never used any remote access software so am a little intimidated by it. I found about Teamviewer here:, but it's not free in commerce, only at home. Need used it for business. And I found LiteManager it is free for up to 30 computers...
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    Closed Usb autorun virus remover R2FD (aka Recover to fix drive) is a lightweight piece of software designed to recover missing files from USB flash drives that were lost due to malware infections via the autorun file, or other reasons. It doesn't require installation so you can download the package and...