www.brightfort.com

Javacool has been known for years by it’s very useful software SpywareBlaster, EULAlyzer and others. Well now they still offer the same software buy it is under a new owner/website URL. www.brightfort.com

http://www.brightfort.com/about.html

Our Company BrightFort (formerly: Javacool Software) is a privately-owned, US-based software company. Since 2002 we’ve been dedicated to providing innovative and useful security and privacy solutions.

We provide feature-packed yet lean programs. Our team works closely together to design and build the fast, and compatible programs that effectively solve critical problems and help improve your computing experience.

Our Mission We’re all about helping you protect your privacy and security, because we value ours so much.
We believe strongly that people should have access to innovative security and privacy solutions.
Through our offering of freeware products, we try to realize that belief.

We hope you enjoy our software – we certainly had fun making it!

Humble Software℠ Too many programs are built like they are the only piece of software running on your machine. Whether they slow down the rest of your computer, interfere with other software you have or may want, or just use up too much memory, it seems like certain software is always a battle of compromises.

We know our software isn’t the only software on your machine, and we design and build it accordingly. No matter what other programs you have installed, we strive to be a good neighbor. Not just by producing fast software, but by ensuring it is designed and tested to be compatible with nearly any combination of other software you may have installed.

The only “choice” you should have to make when installing software is whether or not you want it – not whether or not it’ll work with the software you already like and have.

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My favorite app search apps for Android

Here are the best apps I have found for searching out the hottest and best apps available on the Android Market Google Play Store

The best way to find new apps in Google Play (Android market).

Make the Android market usable, and find your next favorite app, live wallpaper or widget:
– App recommendations
– New and hot apps of the day
– Find top Android apps with a price drop
– Share your best apps (eg twitter/facebook)
– Tracks market update: notifies of updates available
– Fast uninstaller
– Browse “my apps” on http://www.appbrain.com and install apps with a sync instead of barcode scanner
– Keep your list of installed apps as a backup on AppBrain.com

AppBrain is the best way to discover top Android apps in the Android market and to manage your apps. It does not work with the Amazon app store.

The manage apps is like a killer file explorer / task manager for your already installed apps:
– Start app, Quick uninstaller, share to Facebook
– Fast sync widget to access AppBrain from the desktop and backup your apps to the cloud
– app2sd functionality to move apps to sd (app 2 sd)
– Find market update: notifies you of any updates available

Discover cool apps and top games in the Android market:
– sort by hot apps today, hot apps this week, highest rated apps, price drops etc
– Filter apps by free apps, paid apps, price reduced apps, app2sd enabled apps, new apps
– Fast search over the entire Android market
– Unlike applanet or black market, these are only legal apps.

  • BravoSE– Bravo SE is the search engine that helps you to find the apps or games by using not only their names, but also functional words.

Don’t know the names of the apps? Try searching based on their functions. Type the functional words that describe what you want to do, such as antivirus, network traffic monitor, GPS navigation, chat tool, news reading, media player, task killer, Bravo SE will help you to find the most suitable apps in Android Market.

Features:

1. Searching based on functions (no need to know the names of apps)
2. Navigation by functional categories; wonderful browsing experience
3. Customization of your favorite special topics and interested lists
4. Top apps and popular games recommended by senior editors

  • Chomp – Chomp’s proprietary algorithm learns the functions and topics of apps, so you can search based on what apps do, not just what they’re called. Try searching for “puzzle games”, “kids games”, “expense trackers”, “tip calculators” or “chat” and start finding great apps.

Other great features:
* Full landscape support
* Filter your search based on price and whether you’re looking for a game or not
* Get app and topic suggestions as you type
* If you get the app name wrong, we’ll suggest a better spelling
* See searches related to your search

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A better Windows Search? Try Everything

When I am trying out software just to see what is included in the installer or just to get a feel for it to see if it can replace something else I use, or if I am simply uninstalling something I no longer use, I like to be sure everything is gone. I always uninstall software using the free version of Revo Uninstaller but it does not always completely remove everything. This is where Everything search engine comes in. Simply type what you are looking for and Everything shows you where its at or what remains of the leftovers.

Locate files and folders by name instantly.

  • Small installation file
  • Clean and simple user interface
  • Quick file indexing
  • Quick searching
  • Minimal resource usage
  • Share files with others easily
  • Real-time updating

For more information please visit the Everything FAQ

 

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SpeedyFox 2.0

Firefox not acting like it used to? Now you can boost not only Firefox but also Skype, Chrome and Thunderbird. All with a Single Click!

  • Boost Startup in up to 3 times!
  • Speed-up browsing history
  • Overall quicker operation
  • Smaller profile size

SpeedyFox is available for both Windows and Mac OS and it’s 100% free!

SpeedyFox homepage

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How many apps of your have permission to access your private information?

I was using StumbleUpon when I stumbled across a website called MyPermission.org

The title of the web page was enough to get me to have a closed look. “Take 2 Minutes to Clean Your Apps Permissions” which lists some popular applications and sites in which we may have granted permission to access our personal information. Google, Twitter, Facebook and more.

Any application that has permission to access your personal information in your profile on different websites potentially puts that information at risk on being stolen or “Phished.” Facebook for example could put your friends’ information at risk as well.

MyPermissions doesn’t ask for your personal information or login details. You simply fill out that information once you arrive at each of the services website. Then you can easily revoke access from the permissions page.

MyPermissions will also let you sign up for a monthly email reminder to check your apps permissions helping you keep your private information your own. The email reminder will come at the first of every month.

Head over to MyPermission.org and tighten up your security. It’s quick, easy and you and your friends will be thankful.

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CheckPlaces cleans up dead or duplicate bookmarks plus more!

CheckPlaces carries out a basic check of your bookmarks, with optional checks that the pages still exist, checks for duplicate bookmarks, and for empty folders. You can also use it to restore favicons that have gone missing, and compact and check the integrity of the Places database.

  • Check for duplicates
  • Check for empty folders
  • Check Places database
  • Check pages exist
  • Restore Favicons

CheckPlaces :: Add-ons for Firefox

CheckPlaces Homepage

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How to delete your online Google Play music library

Being a fan of Google and owning an Android it was a no-brainer that I install and use the Google Play Music app. I thoroughly keep my music metadata very clean and matching each album. But when I uploaded my music library it made a mess of about 25 to 30 albums. The matadata functions in the Google Play Music website does not offer much in the way of cleaning up your metadata tags. So I figured the best and easiest thing for me to do was delete the entire library, clean up the offending metadata tags with MediaMonkey and start over with a newly uploaded library.

It took a little while with plenty of web searches but I finally found the answer on how to delete the entire music library at once and it’s very simple!

  1. Open the online Music Player.
  2. In the upper right corner of the screen click the little gear (Options).
  3. Click Music Settings
  4. Click Delete my library (don’t do this if you have purchased any music from the Google Play Store).

That’s it. A clean Google Play music library.

Now if I can just find an easy way of removing my library from the Android. No matter what I do I can not get rid of the entire thing. I even created a blank folder and tried to sync that but it wouldn’t work. Back to Google again…

 

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My favorite Android apps

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