A Squared Pro Free

  rawprawn 10:36 11 Nov 2009

Anybody tried click here

  birdface 10:48 11 Nov 2009

I find it an a very good program .I am using it just now.
Just a matter of getting used to it you will get a lot of pop-ups as you start browsing as it gets rid of all the rubbish programs that try to install themselves on your computer.
I just refuse them all and so far i have not needed to go back into a squared to allow them again.
Free for a year you cannot argue with that.
Once you start using it you will want to keep on using it.
I would recommend it I think it is great.

  rawprawn 10:52 11 Nov 2009

I went through the motions to get a free one but it seemed to be charging about £25 and I don't want too pay that

  birdface 11:13 11 Nov 2009

You probably tried to early.it did not start until 11.11am Not sure if that should be Uk or Us time.

  rawprawn 11:16 11 Nov 2009

Did you get it free this morning?

  birdface 11:23 11 Nov 2009

No I have had it for about 4 weeks.
And before that for a year.
Anything tries to download on to your computer it will stop it.
You might get a bit fed up with the pop-ups But you can configure them not to show.

  Kevscar1 11:28 11 Nov 2009

Downloaded but only a 30 day free trial.
Not impressed as it give the impression it is totally free.

  rawprawn 11:28 11 Nov 2009

Thanks, I will stick with the free one.

  iambeavis 11:46 11 Nov 2009

You downloaded too soon - the free offer is available at click here

  rawprawn 11:51 11 Nov 2009

That still looks like a 30 day trial, I followed that link this morning but it wanted Visa £25

  iambeavis 11:58 11 Nov 2009

Takes me to the free version - ( 1 year: free! - Grab It! )

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