|FREE USENET SOFTWARE AND UTILITIES
- This helpful, free Usenet utility is perfect for those who want an
efficient way to download large binary files (sounds, programs, multimedia files) from the
newsgroups. (For Windows 95/98/NT). 2.66 megabytes.
- The next time you're downloading pictures of pastoral landscape
scenes from your favorite Usenet newsgroup, you'll appreciate this cool free utility.
ASP1-A3 automatically downloads images for you while filtering out spam. The freeware
version is supported by ads. (For Windows. 2.8 megabytes).
Sucker - Do you enjoy collecting images and photos from the
Usenet newgroups? Then check out this essential free utility that searches through the
thousands of newsgroups, collecting pictures for you, automatically. It's easy to use and
can save you a lot of legwork. For Windows 98/95 and NT.
- Here's an excellent, highly configurable free newsgroup reader for
Windows. Offers many advanced features, such as built-in uuencode and uudecode. You can
also view binary (graphics) files as they download. NewsXpress also lets you send E-mail
via SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) and much more. For Win 98/95 and NT.
Agent - Free Agent is simply put, one of the Net's absolute
must-have free programs. It's an essential Usenet newsgroup reader that features an
easy-to-use interface with lots of icons and pull-down menus. Free Agent provides
multipane viewing, flexible article purging options, database compacting, carbon copying
for E-mail and article posting, editing of all fields, and canceling of posts. For full
E-mail support and more advanced features, you can upgrade to the full-featured commercial
version. For Windows 98/95 and 3.1.
|WinVN Newsreader - A classic free program, WinVN (Windows Visual Newsreader) has been around for a
while and is constantly improving. Like other news readers, it can be used to select,
view, write, sort and print Usenet News articles, but it offers a more visual approach
than other similar programs. With WinVN, you can easily navigate between newsgroups and
articles via a point-and-click interface. (For Windows 98/95 and
NT). English and Japanese versions are available.