[v3.24] WordToHelp – Convert Word documents to HTML Help, Web Help and PDF

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WordToHelp is a powerful yet easy-to-use help document creating tool. As its name suggests, its main function is convert Microsoft’s Word documents (.doc, .docx) to HTML Help (.chm), Web Help and PDF formats. With its help, you don’t need to learn complex authoring skills, instead you just need to know how to edit the most common Word document to create professional help files quickly.

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[v2.14] 3DMark – Gamer and overclocking enthusiast’s must-have benchmark tool

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3DMark is a classic, authoritative and fully-functional hardware performance (mainly for GPU and CPU) benchmark software series developed by Futuremark in 1998 (at that time, graphics cards with 3D acceleration feature were rapidly spreading). As of writing this post, it has released 11 versions. And now it is no longer just a tool used to measure the 3D graphic rendering performance of display cards, but has gradually evolved into an industry standard software for PC and Mobile platforms to evaluate their overall performance.

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[v4.2] Mountain Duck – Local mapping and management tool for cloud storages

Mountain Duck is a commercial sister product of the free Cyberduck. It is based on Cyberduck’s solid open-source foundation and was released after a long period of close beta test. Mountain Duck supports connecting to any server you want over all major protocols, allows users to mount servers and cloud storage services as local disks in the computer’s Windows Explorer/File Manager/Finder. This way, you can open and edit files remotely from any local program, just as convenient as working with local files.

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