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[v3.6.1] XMind – World leading mind mapping & brain storming tool

[v3.6.1] XMind – World leading mind mapping & brain storming tool

XMind is currently the most popular, user-friendly mind mapping & brain storming software from Hong Kong in China. It was written in Java (cross-platform), based on the most advanced Eclipse RCP architecture (thematic structure as plug-in, supports flexible add-ons extension).

MP3 Karaoke – Convert your favorite MP3 to Karaoke in batch

MP3 Karaoke – Convert your favorite MP3 to Karaoke in batch

MP3 Karaoke is a free, easy-to-use and pretty compact MP3-To-Karaoke (MTK) batch converter. With it in hand, we can quickly and easily (just one click, even drag & drop) convert our favorite bunch of MP3 music to Karaoke accompaniment. Thus we do not have to laboriously search for the rare music Karaoke any more. Just MIY (make it yourself)!

[v9.1.0] FontCreator – Best visual font designer and editor

[v9.1.0] FontCreator – Best visual font designer and editor

By far, FontCreator is the most popular, professional and easy-to-use font designing and editing software, mainly used to create or modify high quality TrueType and OpenType fonts. By reason of greatly reducing the entry difficult of font creation and modification, it is a great boon for the vast number of fonts lovers.

[v5.2.1] VMware ThinApp – Most popular portable app maker

[v5.2.1] VMware ThinApp – Most popular portable app maker

As a well-known application virtualization tool - i.e. the single-executable/portable software builder, VMware ThinApp is actually the former Thinstall which was later acquired by VMware. It can also be simply interpreted as one packaging suite for software and its complete running environment.

ZOTAC WinUSB Maker – Modern multi-boot Windows Installer creator

ZOTAC WinUSB Maker – Modern multi-boot Windows Installer creator

ZOTAC WinUSB Maker is the evolution version of its former edition WinUSB Maker, with its version number fall back to now v1.1 from the previous 2.0 Beta (compatible with Windows XP again), although this makes users feel obviously confused. Anyway, who cares this? Let's get down to the main part!