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This tool’s name “Ugo” comes from a Japan classic children’s TV show “Ugo Ugo Ruga”, it is a drawing tool that can reproduce the movement of characters. With Ugo Tool, you can taste the joy of painting back to the origin.
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UnFREEz is a ultra simple and small GIF animation generator, only 19 KB. It carrys out WhitSoft consistent style: simple and unadorned style of user interface; easy and efficient user experience; represents the development direction of small and practical applications.
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LiquidIcon XP is one of the most popular icon editing apps at present, it’s small (360kb), portable, easy to use and free of charge.
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Flickr.com is the famous picture sharing website, with a wide variety of good pictures. Flickr Desktop Wallpaper is a dynamic desktop wallpaper creator using random images of any Flickr account as source, which enables you to automatically download images from Flickr website and join them together into a desktop wallpaper.
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Screenmarker is a simple, compact, portable and free screen annotation tool, its biggest characteristic is that it enables to change betweent annotation and mouse operations, and no loss of contents.
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With Image Resizer for Windows, we can easily and directly resize one or more pictures through a simple right-click. Software author’s purpose to create it is modern Windows users are able to regain the joy of the classic congeneric utility – Microsoft’s Image Resizer Powertoy for Windows XP.
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Paint.NET is an image and photo processing software, it was developed and maintained by Rick Brewster when he was a Washington State University student, written in C# (C Sharp programming language), and was provided the project guidance from Microsoft later for locating in one early MS Paint free alternatives.
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