Data Management
MKF Solutions creates applications to store data
MKF Solutions has released Database Oasis, a Windows database application for computer novices to create applications that store and work with data.

User can add fields, check boxes, text and places to store pictures. Using point and click operations, you can customize the look and feel of your screen. User can also use one of the Database Oasis pre-defined templates.

Database Oasis runs under Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista. The Database Oasis Professional edition costs US$99.99 for the server software and three user licences. Additional user licences are available. The basic edition, for a standalone PC, costs US$59.99 for a single-user licence. You can download a free trial version from

AxisPackage launches AxGC 2D Graphical ActiveX Control 3.7

AxGC 2D Graphical ActiveX Control 3.7 from AxisPackage Software, is a software component enables users to create high performance 2D visualizations of various data.

The key benefits include support for ActiveX-friendly programming languages (Visual Basic, Visual C, Delphi, VB.NET, C#  etc.), user-friendly interface, data processing capabilities (e.g.: cubic spline, Akima spline, polynomial fitting), built-in JScript and VBScript interpreters and the ability to operate from these scripts.

AxGC 2D Graphical ActiveX Control 3.7 supports 40+ ActiveX events. With AxGC 2D Graphical ActiveX Control 3.7 you can export the final data in JPEG, TIFF, GIF, PNG or BMP files. Above all AxGC 2D Graphical ActiveX Control 3.7 offers its users graphical elements such as labels with diacritical and interlinear marks and support for greek characters and various markers.

Read more about AxGC 2D Graphical ActiveX Control 3.7 at Download the demo version for free from


HiHiSoft releases File Anti-Copy 3.1

HiHiSoft has announced the immediate availability of File Anti-Copy 3.1, a security utility that will protect selected files from being opened, copied or deleted without the owner’s permission. File Anti-Copy will protect files at the Windows kernel level.

Once you start the program, it’ll ask you to type in username and password in order to access the configuration window. Then to protect a file, you need to add it to the locked file list, change Anti-Copy Status to ‘Active’ and hit OK. Additional options in Setup allow you to enable Alpha Anti-Copy Protection of all files. Another option – Autostart Anti-Copy will automatically launch the program at Windows startup, to protect your files and data all the time.

File Anti-Copy 3.1 runs under Microsoft Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 and costs US$24.95 for a single-user licence. Discounts for volume buyers are available. Licensed customers are entitled to the fully functional version of the product, lifetime technical support and free upgrades to minor versions. Additional information about File Anti-Copy, as well as its free evaluation copy is available from

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