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61. Merge 3.2.2 Single User Upgrade
62. Tinyterm Thin Client Ed 4.3 5U
63. Tinyterm Thin Client Ed 4.3X 20U
64. Virtual PC 5 MAC with DOS (10-pack)
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65. Connectix OS Pack with Windows
66. MacOpener 2000 5.0 (5-pack)
67. Virtual PC 5 for Mac with Windows
68. Tinyterm Plus Ed 4.3 100U 95/98/WME/NT/W2K
69. Tinyterm Emulator 4.3X 50U for
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70. MacLinkPlus Deluxe 12.0
71. Cosmi Guardian Security Suite
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72. Upgrade Myextra! Presentaton Svc
73. Tinyterm Thin Client Ed 4.3X 10U
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74. Interdrive NFS Gateway 5.0 NT
list($49.95)
75. Acronis True Image 6.0
76. VIRTUAL PC 4.3 FOR WINDOWS 10PK
77. VMware 3.0 for Linux Upgrade
78. Tun Plus 10U Pack V11.5 95/98/NT/TSE/CITRIX
79. CONNECTIX VIRTUAL PC WINDOWS
80. VMware 3.0 for Windows

61. Merge 3.2.2 Single User Upgrade
list price: $295.00
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Asin: B00003PNVC
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Caldera Systems
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62. Tinyterm Thin Client Ed 4.3 5U 95/98/NT/W2K/WME/XP

Asin: B00006RGO7
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Century Software
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63. Tinyterm Thin Client Ed 4.3X 20U 95/98/NT/W2K/WME/XP

Asin: B00006RGO9
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Century Software
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64. Virtual PC 5 MAC with DOS (10-pack)

Asin: B000068BPO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Connectix
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65. Connectix OS Pack with Windows XP Professional
list price: $249.00
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Asin: B00005RQRP
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Connectix
Sales Rank: 10026
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product
This product greatly increased my ability to use my desktop computer and I would recomend this to any big computer user ... Read more


66. MacOpener 2000 5.0 (5-pack)

Asin: B00002S7EH
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Dataviz
Sales Rank: 13420
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67. Virtual PC 5 for Mac with Windows 98 French

Asin: B000063EOV
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Connectix
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68. Tinyterm Plus Ed 4.3 100U 95/98/WME/NT/W2K

Asin: B00006RGO5
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Century Software
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69. Tinyterm Emulator 4.3X 50U for Pc Desktops

Asin: B00006RGO0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Century Software
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70. MacLinkPlus Deluxe 12.0
list price: $99.95
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Asin: B00004W4RL
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Dataviz
Sales Rank: 7005
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Amazon.com Product Description

MacLinkPlus Deluxe 12 is a Macintosh utility that converts Windows files to Mac-readable formats, converts Appleworks 6 files, decompresses StuffIt 5.5 archives, creates custom translation settings, and more. You can convert and use files that were created in applications you don't have, including word-processing, spreadsheet, graphic, and database formats, plus open unreadable e-mail attachments. A new interface lets you easily access all of MacLinkPlus Deluxe's powerful features. This program is a valuable tool to help us Mac users survive and thrive in a Windows world. ... Read more


71. Cosmi Guardian Security Suite Volume 1

Asin: B0006LPCEM
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Cosmi
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Features

  • Guardian Firewall keeps the hackers out and your PC protected
  • Guardian Data Protector ensures your private information stays that way
  • Spam Eliminator prevents email-box clogging, making sure you only receive legitimate emails
  • Instant Messaging keeps your real-time IM & FTP conversations encrypted and secure
  • PC Cleaner eliminates useless unwanted files that slow down your PC performance

72. Upgrade Myextra! Presentaton Svc 7.1 Lics From Extra Ent 2K/EVANTAG
list price: $127.50
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Asin: B00007LB5I
Catlog: Software
Publisher: ATTACHMATE
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73. Tinyterm Thin Client Ed 4.3X 10U 95/98/NT/W2K/WME/XP

Asin: B00006RGO8
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Century Software
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74. Interdrive NFS Gateway 5.0 NT (5-user)
list price: $995.00
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Asin: B00003PN15
Catlog: Software
Publisher: NetManage
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75. Acronis True Image 6.0
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B00006JJOR
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Acronis
Sales Rank: 4301
Average Customer Review: 3.07 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding Features
Priced less than its competitors, Acronis True Image 6.0 delivers outstanding features at a surprisingly low price. True Image's ability to write to recordable DVDs and its image creation of system disks within Windows will tip the scale for some. But if you're looking for scheduling features, partition creation, and disk-to-disk copying, stick with PowerQuest Drive Image.

2-0 out of 5 stars Bad for personal backups: poor feature set, limited support
I bought this product and returned it two weeks later. I will give Acronis credit for having a no-questions-asked 30-Day refund policy.

Here are my reasons (copied from a support forum I posted to):

I consider myself burned because I trusted PC Magazine's high rating of this product too much and have been extremely disappointed as a result. Instead of investing time to find some reasonable open-source alternative or to make sure all the features I expected were present and functional, I just ponied up the $50 (or whatever) to buy TI version 7.0. Mistake, so far.

Here are my complaints:
1. No partial backup/filtering feature. Foolishly, I assumed that the software would give me the flexibility to mark portions of the filesystem to be included in the backup. No dice. I understand that Acronis considers entire-disk backup/cloning/restoration to be their sweet spot, but the lack of this feature makes the software far less attractive to the home user, in my opinion.
2. Massive size of incremental backup images! After an initial full backup that was 13 GB big, I hoped for daily incremental backups that were in the tens of MB range. No! Instead, I get seemingly random sizes anywhere between 100 MB and 1 GB (so far). At first, I thought I could rectify this by taking point 1 above into consideration. So, I moved everything within reason off of my target partition (including, laboriously, Documents and Settings, in an effort to avoid things like my browser caches) and made sure that the partition Windows lives on is no longer included in the backup. The result? Slightly smaller file sizes, but not much. I'm still anywhere between 100 and 500 MB every night. Obviously no good for nightly "incremental" backups.
3. Support. First I was disappointed because the only FAQ or support info Acronis offers is entirely pre-sales focused. Sorry, Acronis, but it's really worthless from a post-sales perspective! The manual is OK, but it's long on peripheral info (do we really need another source of information on disk partition structure?) and short on real rubber-meets-road usage information. To top this off, I formally wrote a support request to Acronis tech support on 6/7 and finally received a reply over one week later. By then, I had already figured out everything except the file size issue, and the answer I received did nothing more than restate the "sectors, not files" point I've already read here a bunch of times. I would suggest a formal KnowledgeBase (an honest Support FAQ instead of a Marketing FAQ) to house some of these more frequent "answers," instead of relying on 1-1 e-mail or this forum.

My situation is simple: I have a large second hard drive and I want nightly incremental backups of my primary drive written there. Surely that is a common need? If I really have 500 MB worth of sector changes happening in one day's time, then I don't think that sector-based incremental backup is a very good approach for the product to take. It's not really very incremental, is it, when the "increments" represent massive chunks of the hard drive?

I made my own bed here by not doing more homework, but I honestly would like to ditch the product and get my money back at this point. I suppose I'll try to call and make this request, but I don't have high expectations. I am 100% confident that there are many other superior choices out there at this time--and probably some of them free to boot.

To demonstrate that I have some sense of balance here, I will say that this is probably a good product for basic users, in the sense that the UI is friendly. However, I would imagine that even basic users would benefit greatly from a filtering feature. And who wouldn't want the smallest files possible when doing incremental backups?

1-0 out of 5 stars Crashed my computer
I'm a software consultant so I run brand-name software on an IBM Thinkpad computer with Windows2000 and a vanilla but loaded system.

Bad News: Completely hosed my system when it went to make the CD. After that, no files came up in Add/Remove programs. Internet was suddenly read/only. Had to reformat my hard drive / replace my OS. After doing that, we put in CD to restore data and it crashed my system completely. So we had to reformat again. Luckily I had everything backed up by hand on an external hard disk (the point of buying this software in the first place). While it is obviously my configuration or they would be out of business, what a nightmare!

Good News: I had no interest in tech support, just getting my money back. Rarely have I had such a customer-friendly experience of getting a refund.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works nice with XP
After unsuccessful attempts to upgrade my hard drive with Drive Image 7, I bought True Image 6.0. My first upgrade attempt was successful. It works great.

1-0 out of 5 stars It either works -- or it doesn't. Make sure to TEST!!!
I have two complete sets of image CDs for my system burned on two different burners (and verified) on two different brands of media. My XP system got hosed-up (lsass.exe issue) and I figured I'd break out the old DI6 boot CD and just re-image. Surprise, it can read the last CD in order to select that archive to restore from, but it can't read either CD1 and justs posts an error that the media may be of poor quality. In addition, it reset the hard drive partition (all is lost) prior to ever checking to see if you had media and that it was readable. So now, you can't try to just re-install XP, you have to format and rebuild from scratch. ... Read more


76. VIRTUAL PC 4.3 FOR WINDOWS 10PK

Asin: B0000695F0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Connectix Corporation
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77. VMware 3.0 for Linux Upgrade

Asin: B00005UWEU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: VMware, Inc.
Sales Rank: 12291
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Amazon.com Product Description

VMware Workstation is virtual machine software that allows you to work on multiple operating systems on a single computer. Spend less time configuring hardware, installing software, and rebooting or reconfiguring systems, and more time developing, testing, and deploying applications and delivering support. With VMware Workstation you get immediate access to the operating systems and applications you need.

VMware Workstation works by enabling multiple operating systems to run on physical computers in virtual machines. Operating systems and software applications are isolated in these secure virtual machines that coexist on a single piece of hardware. Current generation and legacy applications can coexist on one computer and be updated easily. Operating systems can be added or changed without repartitioning disks or rebooting. Build complex networks for developing new applications, and test and deploy them, all on a single computer.

Note: This is an upgrade version. ... Read more


78. Tun Plus 10U Pack V11.5 95/98/NT/TSE/CITRIX

Asin: B00006CJRN
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Esker Inc
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79. CONNECTIX VIRTUAL PC WINDOWS

Asin: B00006HYS8
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Connectix Corporation
Sales Rank: 8114
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • A powerful software virtualization solution
  • Run multiple operating systems simultaneously on one PC
  • Reduces hardware costs and improves productivity
  • Saves reconfiguration time
  • Improved efficiency for support, development, and training staff

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't support USB Devices
I was really excited when I got this product, because I thought in addition to testing it would allow me to use my older scanner that is not supported by Windows XP. So I installed in and then installed Win98 on a Virtual PC. After a lot of screwing around trying to get the thing to work, I found this on an FAQ at the Connectix website:

"... USB devices that require the installation of their own USB drivers (Zip disks,scanners, etc.) are not recognized by Virtual PC."

Which pretty much makes this product worthless for one of my intended uses. With all the printers, scanners and other devices that connect via USB this seems like a HUGE flaw in their product. If you want USB support, try VMWare Workstation

5-0 out of 5 stars simply amazing!!
This software is sort of like TiVo - no one really gets it until they try it out, then they're hooked. Virtual PC basically lets you run multiple PCs (with almost any OS) in multiple windows on one PC. As far as each of the "guest" PCs know, they have their own dedicated hardware.

This virtualization gives you some neat control of the disk images (ie, what the virtual PC thinks its disk is). The disk images of the virtual machines are just files on your PC's harddrive. You can just copy then and you end up with two identical machines! There's also an option to have any harddrive changes written to an undo file, so if in a session something goes wrong (Ex, "format c:"), you can revert to the previous state of the machine with the click of a button.

I first used virtual PC to test out a change to the Windows 2000 login process. I didn't want to try changing the way the login worked on my real PC for fear of breaking it and being unable to get back in. I figured if I broke it on a virtual PC, I'd just click the 'undo harddrive changes' and be right back where I was!

Virtual PC is incredibly stable - there have been no crashes or major bugs ever since I started using it. The UI is simple and quite straightforward. I was able to get my first virtual PC up and running without browsing through manuals or help files.

Virtual PC is truly amazing. I'd highly recommend it to anyone who has more than one PC around you, or even someone who just wants to play a little! ... Read more


80. VMware 3.0 for Windows

Asin: B00005UORL
Catlog: Software
Publisher: VMware, Inc.
Sales Rank: 8268
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

VMware Workstation is virtual machine software that allows you to work on multiple operating systems on a single computer. Spend less time configuring hardware, installing software, and rebooting or reconfiguring systems, and more time developing, testing, and deploying applications and delivering support. With VMware Workstation you get immediate access to the operating systems and applications you need.

VMware Workstation works by enabling multiple operating systems to run on physical computers in virtual machines. Operating systems and software applications are isolated in these secure virtual machines that coexist on a single piece of hardware. Current generation and legacy applications can coexist on one computer and be updated easily. Operating systems can be added or changed without repartitioning disks or rebooting. Build complex networks for developing new applications, and test and deploy them, all on a single computer. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Oh, This Is GOOD Alright, Unless You're Victimized By It!
I'll be writing my own lengthy article or book, providing I ever find a cure to my current nightmare, and this product will surely serve as a centerstage piece.
Four months ago, I knew very little about Windows, my system, broadband, viruses, and absolutely nothing about "virtual machines." I had experienced a bad year with my home system, having had to replace both the harddrive and motherboard on a system only one year old. My CPU was running at 100% during the entire time and despite my lame efforts, I could not seem to explain nor remedy the problem. It didn't make sense. Also, despite running constantly updated antivirus (both McAfee and Norton), antiadware (Pest Patrol), and firewalls (McAfee, Tiny, Sygate), I seemed to be plagued with exposure to viruses and other inexplicable "gremlins" in my Gateway system.
In mid-December '02, a landmark problem occurred. I was "hit" by a RAT (another roadhazard I had never heard of before) and went about a tedious process of trying to extract seemingly endless tentacles throughout my C-drive. It was then I discovered that my entire system was chockful of ".dll" files - hundreds! - dating back to August when the motherboard was replaced. (I later discovered, through my Master's accidental exposure of his "virtual files" that programs I had installed and thought to have uninstalled a year ago were still present!).
Suffice to say, through the very slow, agonizing, and unwelcomed course of self-learning, I came to discover my system was controlled - COMPLETELY CONTROLLED - by a hacker, and a very sophisticated one, at that.
Thanks to this wonderfully inventive program, that seems to work marvelously, I have spent countless hours, unending frustration and struggle, valuable time and money (it so happens I am in a desperate search for a new job, having been unemployed now for 14 months; a fact well known to my hacker and in which he seems to derive enjoyment from blocking my attempts to send resumes, receive email, etc.), and as I write this review, there is no end in sight.
The likes of Gateway, Pest Patrol (perhaps the most infuriating), McAfee, Symantech and, of course, Microsoft, have provided no help whatsoever, or denials of responsibility, or simple disbelief, or "canned," in appropriate computer-generated email responses. The "classic" was a Microsoft response to my "emergency" email in which their encouraging response was "it will be 14 days before we will be able to respond to your request."
So, "hats off" to VmWare and the proficiency in its program that has caused me unimaginable loss. I am working constantly to track down my Polish hacker, affiliated with "Network Solutions" (a Verisign company - no wonder all his programs are "certified" by Verisign!), quite possibly associated with "jantar.org" and "sulima.org" and a possibly non-existent group called "Capital Intellect" from Boston, makers of "Winferno" and "SecureIE." [I believe one of my purposes has been to serve as a laboratory rat in development of these products].
You will hear more from me, as will VmWare, Microsoft, Pest Patrol and their whole lot.

5-0 out of 5 stars VMware, still the best
Great improvements in speed and usability make this edition of VMware the best yet. Finally, relative pathnames for the configuration files and virtual drives, no more editing the config file every time you pull a VM down from the file server or move it to another computer. Simply move the parent directory of your VM to any location or any other machine and it will run as though nothing has changed. If you're a current VMware user, this is worth the upgrade cost. If you're new to virtual machine technology make sure you give this product a very close look.

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor Implementation and Support
I bought this software hoping to run SuSE Linux on top of Windows XP Pro so that I would not have to partition and dual-boot. Unfortunately, the product crashes everytime, during the boot. I called them about this, and they instructed me to wait for version 3.2, that the bug would be fixed. I waited for 3 weeks, and they allowed me to upgrade (since all 3.0 serial numbers work on 3.2). However, the bug is still not fixed, and because of their support policy, I can no longer get support (people rip on MS, but at least they will support their product!). So, now I am stuck with a product that doesn't work, and no one to tell me how to get it to work. I have hacked at this thing for about 30 hours, and still no luck. For all those who want to do cross-platform networking (virtual machining), DON'T USE THIS PRODUCT! They won't support it, and they know it doesn't work. Take it from a guru...

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for lab use/home use/ MCSE studies! nothing like it
I've used VMWARE before when it was still in its version 2 release. VMWARE by far is one of the most important tool/software I have at work and at home. Our company mainly use this to "build & scrap" Windows 2000 installs when we need to test application functionality.

Windows 2000 Clustering? no problem. You can setup clustered servers under VMWARE using Windows Advanced server and it will work like it's supposed to. For someone who doesn't have that many spare machines to test with, this is a godsend. Testing service packs is one of the reasons why we needed this software without having to come up with new servers.

I've installed all Backoffice servers and not have a single problem running under VMWARE. The capability to add multiple network adapter is very useful in cases where I need to test Windows-based firewalls.

In conclusion, I think this software will save you (up to a certain point) from buying additional hardware for testing and preventing corruption of existing production servers prior to testing an application.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
What can I say about this product? Well, for starters I'd have to say this product is a must for any IT professional that needs to work with multiple OS's simultaneously. This product helped me work with Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Professional, and Windows XP all on the same system. I only have 2 system's at home and I needed 2 servers and 1 client workstation to complete some of the lab exercises in my Windows 2000 Server lab book. Well instead of purchasing a new system or building one from scratch I decided to purchase this product based on a recommendation from a friend who is also in the IT field and to my amazement I was very impressed. Each virtual machine is equivalent to having another PC and they each have a complete, unmodified operating system, a unique network address, and all the hardware attached to the system. I recommend this product highly because without it, I'm not sure If I would have passed my MCSE exams. ... Read more


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