Here you can find two freeware applications that I developed: FreeSecurity and FreeMPC. Click on the icons on the left to visit their webpages and get more information about them.
FreeMPC is a freeware, graphical and easy to use application for listening and converting MPC audio files. It can convert MPC to WAV and to MP3 (all bitrates).
So if you have some MPC audio lying around you can easily convert it to MP3 and listen to it on your iPod or other MP3 player. Or you can just convert it to WAV and put it directly in a CD or MiniDisc.
FreeMPC is completely free, doesn’t contain any spyware or crapware and doesn’t require any registration or another annoying process. However, it cannot be used on illegal activities (you should read the license agreement before using the application).
Although FreeMPC is free, I’d appreciate it if you’d donate (click the PayPal button on the left, you don’t need a PayPal account) if you like the program and find it useful. Click here to bookmark FreeMPC on del.icio.us.
Also check out FreeSecurity, a security and privacy application that I developed.
FreeMPC is developed in Java and requires only that your operating system has Java 1.4 installed, which is quite likely (click here to check – click here to download). It runs on Windows 2000, XP and Server 2003; a Linux version may come soon.
FreeMPC is made in Portugal by Joćo Gomes and uses the great LAME for MP3 encoding and mppdec for MPC decoding.
Here is my other free software
FreeSecurity is an easy to use freeware application that allows you to use encryption to secure your files and safeguard your privacy. FreeSecurity uses strong 128-bit AES encryption (also known as Rijndael), the next generation US Goverment standard for protection of classified information (according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, it would take about 149 trillion years to break an AES key using usual methods) which offers a great level of protection to your files.
Additionally, it offers file compression on the encrypted files. You can, for example, keep it in your USB storage device and use it to compress files when you lack space or to encrypt the files to keep their content private.
FreeSecurity is listed and well rated on major download sites and has over 2000 downloads on Download.com alone. You can read user opinions here and see a screenshot here.
FreeSecurity is completely free for personal use, doesn’t contain any spyware and doesn’t require any registration or other annoying process. However, it cannot be used on illegal activities (you should read the license agreement before using the application).
Although FreeSecurity is free, I’d appreciate it if you’d donate (click the PayPal button on the left, you don’t need a PayPal account) if you like the program and find it useful. Click here to bookmark FreeSecurity on del.icio.us.
Also, check out FreeMPC, an MPC audio conversion frontend that I developed.
FreeSecurity is developed in Java and requires only that your operating system has Java 1.4 or above installed (you probably have it already: click here to check or click here to download). It was designed to work on all major operating systems such as Windows, MacOS, Linux or Solaris.