AnVir Task Manager – Free License At Raymond.CC Blog – Save $29.95

imageDelenn13 is a super contributor to the Tech Thoughts community. Not only does she provide good solid practical advice in her comments, but she’s very gracious and doesn’t hesitate to pass on details of super freebie offers she finds.

Here’s Delenn13’s latest free find – and, it’s a very good one. Rather than crafting a post on this I’ll simply run with Delenn13’s comment.

This is a deal you can’t refuse.

AnVir Task Manager is being given away for 7 days at Raymond.CC Blog. This is not the pro but it’s not the free one either. It’s the middle 29.95 version.

AnVir Task Manager provides full set of Windows enhancements that help in every-day work.”

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Security & Performance:

Full information about processes, services, Internet connections, drivers, DLLs
the best replacement for Windows Task Manager
Descriptions for 70 000+ startup programs, Internet Explorer toolbars and services
know what is running on your PC and remove what you don’t need
Security analysis of programs behaviour detects Trojans and Spyware, alerts on new startups
keep your computer free from malicious programs
Speed up boot time (Delayed Startup), balance CPU usage, optimize memory
your computer can run faster

Windows enhancements:

Monitor CPU, memory, HDD temperature and load, network, notebook battery and show icons in system tray how is utilized your hardware
Click on title of any application to hide the window to tray, make it transparent, set it ‘always on top’
List of recently used folders in “Open”/”Save” dialogs
Last launched programs and folders in tray menu
XP or Vista can be much more handy

He is giving away the middle version that is in the chart..Compare Editions >> Task Manager Programs, Windows Startup Manager | Windows, St – but you can also get a 30% discount on the Pro, if interested. The info is at the end of the article.

When you go to install, Use the CUSTOM INSTALLATION or you will end up with lots of extra stuff. Somewhere in the middle of the installion, even, it will ask if you want to install the Babylon Toolbar….So be careful.

I have used this before. You will love all the things you can view and do with this program. Also, it would be nice if you left a comment or a note of thanks to Raymond and AnVir.

Thanks Delenn13!!

11 Comments

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11 responses to “AnVir Task Manager – Free License At Raymond.CC Blog – Save $29.95

  1. Philip

    Hi Delenn13-Thanks for all your work digging up great specials. Do you have any offers for Malwarebytes Pro either reduced or for free giveaway? Thanks again. Phil

    • delenn13

      Hi Phil,
      I got my shovel out and checked the 2 places I had seen sales before plus a few other sites and “Sorry, nothing.”

      I will keep my eye out for sales. I don’t think I have ever seen it for free. The last time I saw it on sale was in Sept 2011 at BitsDuJour. Discount Deal Coupons for Windows and Mac Software Apps I have gotten Sandboxie, Listary, Linkman Pro, TeraCopy and a few other programs from them. I get their daily notice of what is on sale. They will send you what is on sale and what is coming up. So you could keep an eye there by signing up for the newsletter.

  2. delenn13

    Not sure where to put this…ROFL

    Found this while I was checking out sites for Philip.

    I am tired so i am just cutting and pasting info from the page. As I am typing this..approximately 21 hours left at The Download Crew. I keep forgetting to check this page daily…Bad delenn! I do check GOTD daily..just can’t get it into my brain to check this site.

    Safeguard your data with this unique and powerful backup tool.

    We’re giving you the full current version of Genie Timeline Home 2.1, worth $39.95, for today only!

    Genie Timeline Home reduces the backup process to just three steps: pick your backup drive, choose what to backup and then set your backup options. It comes with disaster recovery options, so you’ll never be left without your data and is constantly working quietly in the background ensuring your backup is fully up to date.

    Once installed, fire up Genie and choose where to save your backup to. Next, choose exactly what gets backed up from a simple list, containing options like email, My Documents, financial files and disaster recovery (ensuring you can boot Windows again should anything horrific happen). Then choose your options and sit back and watch as Genie gets to work protecting your files.”

    You do have to sign up for an account with Download Crew. But what is really cool….They usually keep your download and the key/code/serial number on site. So if you for some reason lose it, they have it.

    Genie Timeline Home 2.1

    • Hey Delenn13,

      I can appreciate the “tired thing” – I’m whipped as well. So, I’ll leave this one in the comments section.

      It will be read (as opposed to some sites where it wouldn’t be read). I remember you’re comment on another site where you said something to the effect – don’t know why I’m posting this here since it won’t be read. LMAO at the bloggers response. I thought it was a very pertinent point that you made. 🙂

      Best,

      Bill

      • delenn13

        Re: Genie Timeline

        UPDATE: we’ve extended this offer for a further 24 hours, until 23:59 on Wednesday 7 March.

  3. delenn13

    Another thing Re: AnVir

    Raymond said, “AnVir representative told me that the licenses are lifetime but without free updates.”

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  5. Thank you delenn13 for a great find.

    This is a great program that I always loved. Actually I was just talking about it the other day and saying how I missed it and low and behold Raymond comes up with it.

    Sorry Bill, I have been out of action for a while. Life has been getting in the way lately.

    TeX

  6. delenn13

    To all,

    Most of these offers I really don’t “find”(unless you count going through the approx. 100 emails/newsletters/RSS feeds I get a day plus a few forums I frequent). They come to me.

    Just glad that you like some of them. 🙂