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Complete List of iPhone Business Applications

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The iPhone platform has a lot of new applications available now. Below are different applications given, which are representing different categories like, Tools, Social, Entertainment, Travel, etc. This list will surely help you to find out the best iPhone applications.

1. Accept Credit Cards

This is one of the most amazing applications. This application is also known as a virtual credit card processing application which allows business people to perform credit card transactions using mobile phones.

2. BizExpense

This application gives you a track of your business expenses. It also facilitates you to store all of your business records on a mail server.

3. Box.net

This application works like an online file sharing server. Not only this, it also allows you to view all of your Office documents and spreadsheets. It also allows you to upload various documents.

4. Bump

This application facilitates you to share different photos and contact information with your friends.

5. Documents

Using this application you can edit and manage your word and excel documents and can also work on them by connecting with your PC.

6. DocViewer

This is a Word and Excel file reader and you can easily access to your important word and excel files using an FTP server.

7. Evernote

This application allows you to take your notes in your mobile phone. You can also store and manage your files and can store and share images as well.

8. eWallet – Secure Password Manager

eWallet allows you store all of your personal information in it and then make it password protected. You can protect all of your personal information by password.

9. Facebook for iPhone

You can easily log on to your Facebook account and can easily access to your connections by using this application.

10. FedEx Mobile

This application gives you a very easy approach to your shipment and to track your shipment till your shipment being delivered to its destination.

11. Fuze Meeting

It provides you the environment of your office and gives you the opportunity to chat with you co-workers and attend meetings via web conferences.

12. Google Sync

You can easily synchronize your Pc with your mobile.

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List of Free Operating Systems: Download Now!

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There are an increasing number of equipment manufacturers and technology groups that provide operating systems (OS) for free personal and commercial use without any cost or fee. You are sometimes even free to use them, change their source code and redistribute them as well.

Like Anything that comes for free, do not expect fancy printed manuals and CD-ROMs and technical support. Yet you can count on the community that uses these OS to provide you support through chat rooms and forums and mailing lists.

You will also note that the size of these OS range from 1 to 10 GB so if you don’t have decent broadband connection, paying for a DVD/CD-ROM might seem reasonable. Also if you are not that techie, some of these companies offer helpdesk and support contracts, which can be bought at a reasonable price.

FreeDOS

FreeDOS aims to be a complete, free, 100% MS-DOS compatible operating system (mostly achieved except Windows compatibility – Windows standard-mode works on FreeDOS, but 386-mode / WfW 3.11 does not.)

FreeDOS

These days, there are three main uses for FreeDOS:

  1. Running classic DOS games
  2. Running business software that only supports DOS
  3. Supporting embedded DOS systems, such as a computerized cash register or till

FreeDOS should run on any standard PC, but if you are new to DOS, we recommend you use a PC emulator to install and boot FreeDOS. You can find PC emulators for all computer platforms (Windows, Linux, Mac.) You can even run FreeDOS using a PC emulator written in Java, right in your web browser!

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RxDOS

RxDOS is a fast MS-DOS clone that supports very large disk drives, FAT32 volumes, and Windows 95/98 Long Filenames. its source code is also available free at sourceforge.

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React OS

ReactOS is a free, modern operating system based on the design of Windows® XP/2003. Written completely from scratch, it aims to follow the Windows® architecture designed by Microsoft from the hardware level right through to the application level. This is not a Linux based system, and shares none of the unix architecture.

ReactOS 0.3.3ReactOS had its origins in an older project known as FreeWin95. FreeWin95 aimed at being binary compatible with Microsoft® Windows® 95. It was founded by Yannick Majoros around 1996. But the development never took off substantially due to endless talks on design and thoughts of following the NT architecture.

The main goal of the ReactOS project is to provide an operating system which is binary compatible with Windows. Adobe Photoshop 3This will allow your Windows applications and drivers to run as they would on your Windows system. Additionally, the look and feel of the Windows operating system is used, such that people accustomed to the familiar user interface of Windows® would find using ReactOS straightforward. The ultimate goal of ReactOS is to allow you to remove Windows® and install ReactOS without the end user noticing the change.Please bear in mind that ReactOS 0.3.7 is still in alpha stage, meaning it is not feature-complete and is not recommended for everyday use.

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OpenSolaris

OpenSolarisOpenSolaris is an operating system (OS), an open source project licensed under CDDL, and a community. The project’s goals are innovation, collaboration, and the extension of OpenSolaris technology.OpenSolaris is free, open source, and well-suited for desktops, laptops, servers, and data centers. The quality requirement of OpenSolaris is perhaps best stated as Production Ready All The Time.

OpenSolarisOpenSolaris technical communities maintain kernel and userland consolidations and launch new technology projects. OpenSolaris is developed by communities working in the different projects. Each project focuses on one or more specific areas of the system. The OpenSolaris developer project is sponsored by Sun Microsystems, Inc.

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DarwinDawrwin Apple

Darwin is the UNIX technology-based foundation of Mac OS X. Darwin integrates several technologies. Among the most important aredarwin screenshot 4.4BSD-based operating-system services (built on the Mach 3.0 microkernel), the I/O Kit, networking facilities, and support for multiple integrated file systems. Developers can use Darwin to port UNIX/Linux applications and create kernel extensions.

In addition to being part of Mac OS X, Darwin is a standalone, BSD-based operating system. (BSD, short for Berkeley Software Distribution, is a family of UNIX variants descended from Berkeley’s version of UNIX.)Darwin is also occasionally used to refer to the Darwin Streaming Server, also known as the QuickTime Streaming Server (QTSS).

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