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It is quite clear that there are only very few people who are using the classic RealPlayer! And when someone asked AppNee for this software, we really felt a little surprise. Presumably there are still some die-hard fans of RealPlayer, or some guys have some reasons to have to use it. So we think it’s still necessary to publish it.
Continue reading [v184.108.40.206] RealPlayer Plus Edition Portable full versions download
Starting from Windows Vista, Microsoft removed the originally built-in camera program from system tools. That is to say, you would never see Windows XP’s classic, convenient, and practical camera icon in My Computer/Windows Explorer again. Instead, you had to install some third-party applications to call our camera device that had been driven (such as all kinds of communication tools that support video chat).
Continue reading ECap – Easy and tiny universal camera tool for Windows
I myself have had a kind of nostalgia to PlayStation 1 from beginning to end, so I could not fall in love with any other new generations of video game consoles following it, such as PSP, PS2, PS3, PS4… As a result, even on a computer once I found a new PSX game emulator, I will give it a try. And at the same time, a simple comparison (mainly from the games compatibility and program usability aspects) with the well-known ePSXe will be made.
Continue reading pSX – Comes with better compatibility to PSone games than ePSXe
In 2010, I mistakenly chose one of partitions on my mobile hard drive when I was using Ghost backup file (GHO) to recovery the system partition (C volume), which led to a devastating partition-level of data loss. Since then, I have been sealing this entire hard disk all the time. Until 2017’s first half, I finally had enough time and patience to restore most of the data inside. And among these recovered files, I accidentally discovered a very handy and practical software – 5D PDF Creator, which was published as early as 2008, and has been discontinued and gone from Internet for many years.
Continue reading 5D PDF Creator – Old but classic PDF document virtual printer
Winamp was first released in 1997, and had taken the world since Version 2 (released in 1998). From Version 3 (released in 2002), Winamp started losing a lot of users. The subsequent V5 and V5.x are both powerless. We can see that, even now, Winamp still hasn’t given up the hope of rebirth! While the key to its fate is its frequent owners’ change hands (being acquired by AOL was a fatal mistake) and indecisive business pattern and profit model (free -> commercial -> free) – reduced to a pure trade good, which made iTunes perfect. Continue reading [v5.666] Winamp – Most classic music player with little chance to roll over
Mozart Music Dice Game is an interesting, enlightening aleatoric music (AKA: aleatory music or chance music) generator – based on Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart‘s musical dice game theory. Although the structure of this small app is simple, the idea it expresses about the philosophical essence of aleatoric music in the 20th century is clear and profound.
Continue reading Mozart Music Dice Game – Let you briefly taste the aleatoric music
M.U.G.E.N (AKA: Mugen, MUGEN, 無限) is a discontinued but still very active free 2D fighting game engine with many customizable components. It was developed by Elecbyte, first released in 1999 (for DOS). In 2009, MUGEN 1.0 was released, and in 2013, MUGEN 1.1 came out. Continue reading M.U.G.E.N – Most popular multi-player 2D fighting game maker