Is data recovery with MiniTool Power Data Recovery free?

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Someone brought an old floppy disk into the shop that's apparently unreadable. (It's not a mac disk) So far I've found several shareware/demos that don't allow saving of the file. I guess if client's willing to pay, we could buy one, but we only have one machine that even has a floppy drive and I doubt we're going to have ANY call for it in the future.... One or two actual freeware programs failed to find anything; one demo-ware program CLAIMED to find a file but it didn't have the filename I was expecting... Does anyone know of a free …

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When I see an article starting with the sentence saying a company offering free software has urged people to start reaping the benefits of free software, I get this sinking feeling. I mean, they would, wouldn't they - it's a bit like Microsoft saying everyone should get the benefit of total compatibility from its various offerings. True though it might be, it's hardly a surprise. Which is why the announcement that [URL="http://www.globalgraphics.com"]Global Graphics[/URL] is pushing people towards the free model left me cold at first. It's a supplier of the systems it wants to push - I therefore didn't look …

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Hi, i looking to find what would be the best cms + modules to host a kind of freeware site like the following [URL="http://www.androidfreeware.org/"]http://www.androidfreeware.org/[/URL] where users can upload apps, search for apps, detailed list of apps, category etc etc. I know literally any cms can be used, i mostly want to know what would be the fastest, easiest and most productive route regarding modules, add-ons... Any help appreciated. Thanks Antity

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Today I'm pondering if the current open source model is still valid or if it's outdated. Do we need licensing for open source software? Do we need the GPL, LGPL, APL and all the [URL="http://www.opensource.org/licenses/alphabetical"]other licenses[/URL] that plague...er, [I]grace[/I] us? If your software is free and open source, why bother with a license at all? The software writer owns the copyright so why put users or potential users through the paces of licensing? What exactly is to be gained by creating and enforcing a license for this kind of software? Currently, there are 64 active licenses listed on the [URL="http://www.opensource.org"]Open …

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The End.