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Feebie Friday 10/28: Disk Cloner, Intro for Android Developers

Welcome to another edition of Freebie Friday, the Redmondmag.com feature highlighting some of the best products for PCs (from software to ebooks) that won't cost you a cent. After checking out this week's batch, send us your suggestions for products that should be included to future editions at cpaoli@1105media.com.

  • Clonezilla - This program, which boots from a disk, allows you to replicate a drive on different machines. This open source application can clone more than 40 computers at the same time.

  • Spicebird - Those looking for an alternative to Outlook could do a lot worse than Spicebird. It combines all your e-mail accounts, ca lenders, instant message clients and Google Gadgets in one interface.

  • Android Development Quick-Start Guide - This free ebook is the perfect jumping off point for those interested in developing for Google's mobile OS. It covers multiple topics, including setting up a development environment and guideline for submitting to Google.

  • Foobar2000 - This is a great app for those who have multiple types of music files. It allows for playback of a huge list of different types of audio files in one simple music player.

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