Giveaways & Contests Reminder (Week 1418)


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!

Steganos Password Manager 19

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Steganos has kindly offered five (5) licenses for a giveaway contest to our DCT readers. Each license is currently valued at $24.95 and each is good for five PCs.

“Steganos Password Manager 19 provides a comfortable solution: it generates extremely strong passwords, automatically inserts them on websites, and remembers them so you don’t have to. You only have to remember one password!”

This contest is running now and you can read all about it on this contest page.


Coming Soon!

Ascomp Synchredible

synchredible-screenshot-250xAscomp has generously offered our Daves Computer Tips readers a chance to win Ascomp Synchredible Pro! We have been given five licenses for this giveaway contest, each currently valued at $25.00 (US). Ascomp also offers a free version for private use only.

“Synchronize Your Folders and Drives In A Quick and Easy Way.

Whether it’s an individual file or an entire drive – Synchredible will synchronize, copy and save them for you. A software wizard will assist you to determine jobs that are either pre-scheduled or to be done through a USB connection. This way, you can keep your files in sync – automatically!”

This contest is scheduled to begin on April 16 and will end on April 26, 2018. Don’t forget to enter this contest and get your chance to win a copy of this great software.


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.


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.

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