Find Last Free Version Of A Software
By on January 20th, 2009

There are several softwares that start out as , however as the popularity of the softwares grows, they are quickly converted to paid software. So the next time you want to install the software and you do not own a copy of it, you may have to fork out some money to use the software again.

However a Site called Last Free Version will help you download the last free version of the software you are looking to download legally.

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The navigation of the site needs a bit of work and there is no search functionality available as of yet, but you can browse the freewares alphabetically and use the browser search to find the software you are looking for.

So the next time you are looking to download a free software that went paid, take a look at Last Free Version to see if they have it available.

Last Free Version [via Lifehacker]

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  • http://www.motorcyclesupersite.com Motorcycle Trader

    Thats good :) I will surely look at “Last Free Version” while downloading a software…..
    Thanx 4 sharing wid us… :)

  • http://www.fortheloveofbeads.com/ Abalone Beads

    Oh wow, you would not believe how much I’ve wanted a site like this. Wanted to get a file recovery file that was free a few years back but had a $49.95 sticker slapped on it. Going to go through to see if it’s there now.

  • http://johnhowerton.com John

    Thanks Keith!
    OldVersion.com is another great site that is similar with a search feature.

  • Johnson

    Keith,
    Thanks. A very useful site.

 
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