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The Freemake.com project got underway in 2010. Since that time the Freemake team has released five software titles one by one. Each program is an expression of our founder’s goal of helping people all over the world by making smart, useful software products available to them for FREE. Today we call our products the Freemake Studio, because together they comprise a fully-featured set of options for working with all possible kinds of content, be it online or offline.
In two short years, Freemake was able to gain a huge international following. As word of mouth spread the positive reviews and industry awards also rolled in from PC magazines and online technical publications. Today, Freemake software continues to be the experts’ choice in spite of facing stiff competition year after year.
The project was intended to provide paid software quality for free and has been wildly successful in doing so. Over time, however, it became clear that maintenance of Freemake apps and future development was going to cost a lot so we’ve shifted to a freemium model that allows us to provide an even higher level of quality for our long-term users.
All Freemake titles embrace simplicity. We strive to offer an alternative to software with overstuffed interfaces that defy comprehension. The simple, easy to understand layout has become one of the characteristic traits of the Freemake development team.
In addition to simplicity the Freemake team also put a “beast” into the engine of each piece of our software. Freemake Video Recorder for instance supports multithread technology that allows it to process even the largest online files quickly. While Freemake Encoder supports CUDA graphic cards that give a boost for conversion of most heavy files. Freemake Boom has an in-built search engine that scans streaming sites for the exact media you want. And Freemake Audio Converter supports most exotic audio formats. Even those which are really rare and seldom supported in other similar programs. Lastly, Freemake Music Box is a player of online and offline tracks – a universal solution for music fans.
Genuine software from the Freemake.com development team will never cause harm to your PC. This fact is verified by online security giants including GlobalSign, VerySign, Comodo and Norton.