PSX Emulation Cheater (PEC for short) is a universal plugin application supporting for all kinds of PSX emulators that allows you to apply GameShark (video game cheat cartridges) cheats codes to PlayStation 1 game ROMs with these Sony PlayStation game console emulators. It is an old and discontinued software (the final version is v2002.2), but still works well now.
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If you want to imitate, copy some website, or want to integrallty or partially download the content on a website to local hard drive for later use or collection (i.e.: so-called offline browsing), or maybe you need to mechanically/automatically archive a website to local host…. In cases like these, Teleport such kind of website downloading/cloning/copying tool will be your savior!
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There is no doubt that any game is always supposed to be played with a gamepad or gamestick, because that’s much more comfortable than using any kind of keyboard. But the fact is that many PC games don’t support a gamepad at all. In this case, a lot of players maybe think of the old but classic gamepad software JoyToKey or Xpadder, which uses a game controller to simulate/map the keyboard and/or mouse operations, in order to play any PC or video games on a computer. However, their functions are a bit weak and barely satisfactory.
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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.
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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).
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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.
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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.
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