13 Results for

winfax

Review

WinFax Pro 10.0

You can't go wrong with WinFax Pro, a powerful faxing app that provides a mess of features and options. For cheaper faxing, check out Smith Micro's HotFax.

By January 29, 2002

4 stars Editors' rating January 29, 2002
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Utilities Updates: Virex 7 DAT 050209; GraphicConverter X 5.5; A Better Finder Attributes 3.7; more

Utilities Updates: Virex 7 DAT 050209; GraphicConverter X 5.5; A Better Finder Attributes 3.7; more

By February 10, 2005

Review

TotalFax

TotalFax fails to match the competition in terms of performance, features, or pricing. For PC-based faxing, you're better off with WinFax Pro.

By January 29, 2002

2.5 stars Editors' rating January 29, 2002

Pricing not available

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eFax Plus

The eFax Plus service is a good option for PC users who don't have a fax modem, but its monthly charges add up fast. Stick with WinFax if price is a concern.

By January 29, 2002

3.5 stars Editors' rating January 29, 2002

Pricing not available

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HotFax 5.0

This is a well-designed yet inexpensive faxing program that's easy enough for nearly all audiences. Get it if money's tight; otherwise, WinFax Pro is a slightly better option.

By January 29, 2002

4 stars Editors' rating January 29, 2002

MSRP: $69.95

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Short Take: Symantec updates WinFax Pro 8.0

Symantec updated its WinFax Pro 8.0 fax and telephony software to support both Microsoft Windows 95 and NT, as well as Lotus Organizer phonebook. The updates are available through the product's LiveUpdate feature. WinFax Pro 8.0 is priced at $99; upgrades from WinFax Pro 7.5 cost $19.95.

By May 28, 1997

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Short: Secure WinFax PRO

Symantec and NetCentric plan to unveil an Internet fax solution later this month that will allow WinFax PRO users to send faxes securely over the Internet to any fax machine in the world, according to Symantec officials. WinFax PRO is targeted at the small-office/home-office market.

October 15, 1996

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Symantec Buys WinFax

By July 6, 1995

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Short Take: Symantec, MS team on faxing

Fax-technology developer Symantec and software giant Microsoft have announced plans to integrate Symantic's WinFax Starter Edition fax software with Microsoft's Outlook 98 messaging client. The Starter Edition provides an upgrade path to the full version of Symantec WinFax PRO.

January 20, 1998

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Modem gets plug-and-play technology

3Com's new U.S. Robotics modem may be a sign that USB is accelerating its sluggish march toward widespread use.

By November 21, 1997