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[v3.5.0] uTorrent – Smallest and fastest BitTorrent client

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μTorrent (also called microTorrent or uTorrent, short for “µT” or “uT”) is a freeware BitTorrent download client, written in C++. It is the most widely used BitTorrent client now, outside China (where XunLei is more popular and has the has the largest number of users in the world).

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[v3.7] SCREEN2SWF – Record screen DEMO to self-play EXE or SWF

Do you want to record your desktop operation into a EXE, Flash or AVI video file? If so, do give Screen2SWF a try, which is a super easy, fast and user-friendly screen recording tiny app, specially designed for short time (<1 hours) recording.

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WebP Codec for Windows – View and use WebP format of images natively

WebP is a new modern image format that supports both lossy and lossless compression launched by Google for Web use. In the same quality, it has much smaller file size than JPEG and PNG formats of images. If all goes well, WebP could soon become the new standard of Web images.
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SCREEN2EXE – Record and convert screen demo to self-play EXE file

Screen2EXE is a very handy screen recording freeware with unique super-high compression algorithm. It enables users to record every step of operation on the screen (including the mouse movements, mouse clicks with wreath prompt, for example), and then saves as EXE executable file (or common SWF, AVI, FLV and MP4 video files) for watching on PC even without video players.

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Tiny Core Linux – Only 15 MB, world’s smallest GUI desktop Linux

Tiny Core Linux (short for TCL) is a lightweight to the minimal, tiny Linux operating system with a GUI. It’s constructed based on the 3.x version of Linux kernel with BusyBox, Tiny X, FLTK and other small software, which can be booted from the CD-ROM, USB flash drive or HDD. Additionally, due to all its components running in the RAM, its running speed is super fast.

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