Clair.Net now offers to it's members unlimited access to the Internet plus a ton of free
services. Our members take advantage of the FTP services as well as the technical
support 24 hours a day 7 days a week. This service is offered freely to members of
Clair.Net©. Most of the software contained at our website is either shareware
Clair.Net also offers it's customers a starting kit which contains a wide range of software. For example, Netscape editors and Internet Explorer, the latest versions available on the market.Cd-Rom
In our Cd-Rom section you will find many utilities to download directly from our high speed servers.Technical Support
If you have any problems or difficulties installing any of these programs, don't hesitate to contact us. Our technical support team is here to serve you and to simplify your life. You can contact us using one of the ways mentioned in the information
section or fill out the form and we'll respond as soon as possible.
Freeware:Define: (adjective) Cost nothing; Freeware requires no payment, and is freely distributed (although some authors license their work for no charge to individuals and non-profit organizations, while charging businesses). Freeware is Legal Software, often written by enthusiasts and distributed at no charge by users' groups, or via electronic mail, local bulletin boards, Usenet, or other electronic media. The author of the software retains copyright. Check program documentation for details of licensing and licensed use.
Shareware:Shareware is a marketing method, not a type of software or even strictly just a distribution method. When software is marketed through normal retail channels, you are forced to pay for the product before you've even seen it. The Shareware marketing method lets you try a program before you buy it. Since you've tried the program, you know whether it will meet your needs before you pay for it. A Shareware program is just like a program you find in major stores, catalogs, and other places where software is purchased; except you get to use it, on your own computer (usually for 30 days), before paying for it.