Win 2 Free Licenses of BatteryBar Pro – First Ever Give Away From CU [Updated]


I am Happy to organize the first ever giveaway at Computing Unleashed. I had earlier posted about one of the best and accurate battery meter for your Laptops. BatteryBar is a must have utility for Laptop owners who works a lot with their laptops daily. The Free ware version of BatteryBar provides a bunch of good options. Once you use BatteryBar it is certain that you will love it. Because BatteryBar helps us a lot in finishing our work in time with out causing any loss during a power failure.But as i have mentioned you don’t get access to the Preferences option in the Free 30 day trial version of BatteryBar .

BatteryBar Pro version has still more to offer.Features of BatteryBar Pro Version

    Win 2 Free License of BatteryBar Pro

  • Customizable themes to change the look and feel of BatteryBar
  • Low battery and critical battery notifications and audio alerts
  • Customize 20 settings, including changing the font, low battery warning levels, and more.
  • Change the current Windows power scheme by right-clicking on BatteryBar
  • New features in future versions that will only be available in the Pro version

In this give away i will be giving 2 Free Full Version Licenses of BatteryBar Pro which costs 9.95$ per license . So There will be 2 winners in this Give Away.

Rules For Participating in this give away of BatteryBar Pro.

The rules are simple. For being eligible to participate in this contest just do the following.

  1. Subscribe to Computing Unleashed by using the any of the subscription boxes seen ( top right sidebar / just the one below) or subscribe by clicking on this link.

    (Upon submitting your email address and submitting you will receive a mail from feedburner in your mailbox. Use the link in that mail to activate your subscription to Computing Unleashed successfully).

  2. Now just Leave a Meaningful comment to this post regarding BatteryBar Pro.

The winners were selected randomly and they are mel and daniel. Congratulations to mel and daniel.

. Thanks for others too.


Amal Roy is the Founder-Editor of Computing Unleashed. A Technology Enthusiast, Windows Adept and a Proud Geek! | Connect with him on Google+

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    • My laptop has not had any sort of built-in battery time estimation, whether it be in Vista, Windows XP, or 7. I will definitely be trying this product out, and hopefully I can snag a free license to the pro version!

    • BatteryBar is quite useful application that help me to monitor my laptop power. It has a simple interface but elegant. It is very different with standard battery meter that comes with Windows XP.

      BatteryBar is a freeware that I use everyday. It only show your battery power in time remaining or percentage.

      BatteryBar Pro is not freeware, but is has a complete battery monitor function such as alarm and theme that I would like to change.

      I suggest you to use BatteryBar or BatteryBar Pro because it uses small resource and good interface.

      It’s a great app!!

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