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freeTunes 3.0

Future-Proof Your Media Collection

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Platforms: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 (32 and 64 bit)
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How many of you own a cassette player? Okay, since many of you may not have ever seen a cassette player, here's another question - how many of you own a CD player? No matter which camp you're in, it's likely that you're stuck with mountains of cassettes or CDs and no way to play them. The only way to avoid format obsolescence is to transform your media files into more current formats - in today's case, it means taking your CDs, DVDs, and other media and converting them to digital files. The best way to do this is with today's discount software promotion, freeTunes 3.0!

freeTunes 3.0 lets you convert your purchased media into future-proof digital formats that are playable on any modern platform. With freeTunes 3.0, you'll never get stuck with videos and music that are imprisoned on outdated formats. What's more, you'll never lose important information when you use freeTunes 3.0, since the program can fetch cover art and title information from the Internet automatically. You can even use freeTunes 3.0 to make digital backups of important CDs and DVDs, even if they're protected by DRM.

Bonus features include the ability to create ringtones for your iPhone, and your choice of three skins to match your mood. freeTunes 3.0 is the best way to create digital versions of your media collection!

Review Written by Derek Lee

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The Fine Print
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Jackie I hope they mean it when they say I can install or register any time. Because I plan on getting a bigger hard drive soon. And I rather install the software then. Thanks
Aug 21 2014 at 1:52am Copy Link
BeyondTheLight I think you can register the software with your licenc anytime you want.
Aug 21 2014 at 3:13am Copy Link
Rory Briggs Installation of this product resulted in the developer, Engelmann, dumping some 20 DLLs directly into the Common Files folder. Yes, incredibly, not into a subfolder, but at the top level!!!

What an appalling practice!! This is a BIG No-NO. I think I can say that I've never encountered this peculiarity before.

I promptly deleted them. (The application still seems to run ok.) If it wasn't that I generally appreciate Engelmann's products, I would have uninstalled it on the spot.

Engelmann, please put this installation faux pas right as a matter of urgency.
Aug 21 2014 at 4:54am Copy Link
Frank J Perrotta Hey Rory, Great catch!

For us non-techies do you mind going thru the steps of deleting the "20 DLLs" in the Common Files folder? - unless it is rather complicated then I will just pass.

Thanks a lot.

Also, if anyone knows if this app needs an internet connection to register. Greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance, frank
Aug 21 2014 at 8:45am Copy Link
Constantin Florea Frank J Perrotta - Please notice the following phrase in "The Fine Print": Online license activation is required without a hardware footprint.
BitsDuJour Admin - Aug 21 2014 at 10:19am Copy Link
Frank J Perrotta Thank you Constantin. I will look for this in the future. Hope it will be included in all BDJs. I will look at "The Fine Print" in the future before downloading.

Thanks again, f
Aug 21 2014 at 12:06pm Copy Link
Chris Roy Jackson @Rory Briggs
Is it possible that you made a MISTAKE ???
Is it possible that ANOTHER Installation of some OTHER Product "dumped" those "dlls" into the Common Files directory ???
I installed to a Windows 7 Home Premium System and there were NO DLLs "dropped" into any of my "Common Files" directories. It didn't even create a "Sub-Folder" (at least not named "FreeTunes" or Engelman")
Either you made a mistake, or they have already Fixed the issue !!!
I hope that this info helps someone !!!
Aug 21 2014 at 10:18pm Copy Link

Please note that all comments for this promotion will be screened before posting. It's nothing personal, just a step we have to take because of a few bad apples last time around.

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