Giveaways & Contests Reminder (Week 3923)

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!

Ascomp Synchredible



Ascomp has offered our DCT Readers a chance to win a copy of Ascomp Synchredible. These five licenses are each currently valued at $39.90 (US). Ascomp also offers a free for personal use and a trial version for you to try before you buy.


“Individual folders or entire drives: Synchredible synchronizes, copies, and backs up – with just one mouse click! A well-thought-out wizard helps you to define jobs that can be executed on request on a time-controlled basis, in the event of changes (real-time monitoring) or when connecting an external drive. This is how you keep your data in sync – fully automatically!” ~ Ascomp

This giveaway contest is running now and you can read all about it and enter the contest on this Ascomp Synchredible Pro 8 Overview & Giveaway page.

Coming Soon!

Ascomp Cleaning Suite


Ascomp has generously offered our DCT readers a chance to win a copy of their Ascomp Cleaning Suite software. These five licenses are currently each valued at $19.90 (US). Ascomp also offers a free for personal use and a trial version for you to try before you buy.

“A total of six helpers analyze your system and enable deep cleaning operations. For example, you can delete temporary files, clean browser histories, caches, and cookies from all popular Internet browsers, and prevent installed applications and tools from starting automatically at system startup.” ~ Ascomp

This giveaway contest is scheduled to begin on October 6 and will end on October 19, 2023.

Ascomp PDF-Compress


Ascomp has kindly offered our DCT readers a chance to win a copy of their PDF-Compress software. These five licenses are currently at $24.90 (US) each. Ascomp also offers a 14-day trial version for you to try before you buy.

“With PDF-compress you can optimize your PDF files so that they do not take up more storage space than absolutely necessary. Depending on the structure and content of the PDF document, compression rates of up to 95% can be achieved. In a test with over 1,000 randomly selected PDF files from different sources, an average compression rate of almost 50% was achieved.” ~ Ascomp

This giveaway contest is scheduled to begin on October 20 and will end on November 2, 2023.

Audials Movie 2023


Audials has offered DCT five licenses for their top-notch Audials Movie program. These licenses are currently valued at $47.52 (US) each. At the time of writing, Ascomp is offering a $9.52 discount bringing the price down to $38.00. I don’t have any idea how long this deal will last.

“Audials Movie 2023 optimally arranges your movies & series on your computer, TV, and smartphone. Our accurate and automatic tagging features together with straightforward editing functions will complete your movie experience.” ~ Audials

This giveaway contest is scheduled to begin on November 3 and will end on November 16, 2023.


That’s it for now. Be sure to visit often so you don’t miss these terrific Contests and Giveaways! And don’t forget, there are other informative and entertaining articles posted by our writers during the week as well. Ascomp also offers a free for personal use and a trial version for you to try before you buy.


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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.


4 thoughts on “Giveaways & Contests Reminder (Week 3923)”

  1. John Matenkosky

    Richard, I have enjoyed and benefitted from the articles written and published by you, Dave, and the other contributors, but I am retired and on a small fixed income, and I honestly cannot see my way clear to contribute to the support of this website. I was discouraged by your online request to disable my ad blockers, and I resisted whitelisting you because I was concerned about the ads detracting from your valuable content. You coerced me today into whitelisting, and the result was even worse than I anticipated. (With all of the commercialism that assaulted my eyeballs and my intelligence, how do you not have enough income to run your site?) No matter; the ads’ nuisance value, to me, is far worse than the articles’ good. Goodbye all and thanks; I’m outa here!!

    1. Richard Pedersen

      Hi John,

      You say you are on a fixed income and “cannot see my way clear to contribute to the support of this website”. We are not asking you for any cash. We are asking that you unblock ads. Ad revenue is how we pay for the articles you deem so valuable. I have no idea how your fixed income enters into the discussion.

      If the content is so “valuable” to you, then how could a few ads detract from it?

      Without ads, this site could not exist. And with ads, people like you apparently don’t exist.

      No loss, John… you can freeload elsewhere,

  2. John Matenkosky

    Richard, below is a snippet from your DCT website. Apparently, you do not consider it to be “asking for support”, I do.
    Do you find our site helpful?

    We pay over $250/mo out of pocket to keep DCT going. If you would like to help keep Daves Computer Tips FREE click the PayPal logo below. Your donations are greatly appreciated!


    1. Richard Pedersen

      Yup, we are asking for support and have been for years. Requesting is a far cry from requiring. What is your problem?
      Incidentally, that $250/month number was written many years ago and is severely outdated; it is easily three times that amount these days.

      If you ever bothered to whitelist the sites you like to read, you would have noticed that everybody is asking for money in one form or another. Ad-based business models are quickly becoming a dying breed and a big part of that boils down to ad blockers.

      I thought you said you were “outta here”.


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