Giveaways & Contests Reminder (Week 0619)


Giveaways & Contests

Dave’s Computer Tips is working hard to bring top-quality software to our readers. Please note that none of the upcoming contests and giveaways are etched in stone. Changes may be made to this list at any time.

Here’s what’s happening…

Running Now!

Ashampoo Burning Studio 20

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Our friends at Ashampoo have offered our readers a chance to win one of 10 licenses for their Burning Studio 20 software. These licenses usually go for $49.99 (US), but for a short time you can pick one up at a 60% discount at the time of this writing. You could also enter this contest for a chance to get one for free!

“The new Ashampoo Burning Studio 20 is the easy and comfortable solution to burn your data to CD, DVD, and Blu-ray, copy discs or use extensive multimedia capabilities to create your own slideshows and video discs with animated menus. Rip audio CDs fully automatically, back up your files in a flash and design and print individual covers for your projects in the process!” ~ Ashampoo


This giveaway contest running now and will run for the entire month ending on February 28, 2019. You can read about it and enter the contest on ths Ashampoo Burning Studio 20 giveaway page.

Coming Soon!

iMyFone AnyRecover

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Our new friends at iMyFone have graciously offered our DCT readers a chance to win one of five licenses for their AnyRecover data recovery software. Each license is currently valued at $59.95 (US). At the time of this writing, they are offering this program at a discounted price of $39.95. Each license is good for one year.

“Offer recovery support for over 1000 different formats including pictures, images, videos, documents, audio files, emails, and archives.

Recover files from critical data loss from all mediums: Digital Cameras, Memory Cards, Camcorders, Mobile Phones, Flash Drives, Hard Drives, etc.


Recover the lost files without overwriting any other files, thereby 100% protecting other files from being overwritten.” ~ iMyFone

This giveaway contest is scheduled to begin on February 11 and will continue through February 21, 2019. We’ll be posting a review at that time and are expecting this program to work as advertised so don’t miss your chance to get a free copy!

iBoysoft Data Recovery

iboysoft-data-recovery-box-shotiBoysoft has generously offered us 10 licenses for this fantastic giveaway contest. These are currently valued at $69.95 each and afford a lifetime upgrade.

“iBoysoft Data Recovery is a professional and reliable data recovery software that can recover data due to virus attack, system crash, hard drive crash, file system corruption, power failure, etc. on Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 and Windows Server 2016/2012/2008/2003”. ~ iBoysoft


This giveaway contest is scheduled to begin on March 4 and will run through March 28, 2019. Good data recovery software should be included in any computer user’s arsenal. Keep a sharp watch for this opportunity to win a great program at a great price– free!


That’s it for now. Be sure to visit often so you don’t miss these great Contests and Giveaways! And don’t forget, there are other informative and entertaining articles posted by our writers during the week as well.

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If you would like to see a specific piece of software promoted as a giveaway contest on DCT, please let us know and we will do our best to make that happen.


About the Author

Richard Pedersen

Richard received his first computer, a C-64, in 1982 as a gift and began dabbling in BASIC. He was hooked! His love for computing has led him from the old “XT” boxes to the more modern fare and from clunky 10MB hard drives to smooth and fast modern day SSD drives. He has run BBS services, Fido mail, and even operated his own computer repair business.

2 Comments

  1. I have enjoy reading your website and articles.
    Also started with a Radio Shack; Tandy 1000. Tried for three days to answer the question “Drive C has no volume” until a neighbor taught me how to type in DOS commands.
    It kept my records for a company start up, but mainly became a hobby. Now long retired, just use it as a hobby and fix neighbors computers for free. Back then at the start, it amazed me that my neighbors IBM was switching 5 1/2 inch floppies to run his computer and mine had a hard drive. At 82 years old, it keeps my mind active, as the technology never stops growing faster than my mind can keep up.

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