FlightGear – Free, open-source and multi-platform flight simulator

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FlightGear Flight Simulator (FlightGear or FGFS for short) is a free, open-source and cross-platform atmospheric and orbital flight simulation tool that was started by David Murr in 1996 and first released in 1997, now developed by FlightGear developers & contributors around the world. If you’ve ever dreamed of flying a plane, then you’ll love FlightGear.

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[v22.xx] XYplorer – Regarded as a simplified edition of Total Commander

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File management is the most frequently used operation in daily computer use, but the functions of Windows built-in File Manager have always been very limited. And, although Windows 7 introduced the concept of Library in order to better organize files scattered across the computer, that wasn’t efficient enough. Therefore, many advanced computer users choose to use some third-party File Explorer alternatives, such as Total Commander, Explorer++, FreeCommander, xplorer², Q-Dir, Clover, and so on.

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[v2.1] CareUEyes – Blue light filter, screen dimmer and break reminder

There is no doubt that constant exposure to computers (whether for work, play or study) not only causes serious damage to our eyesight, diminution of vision, visual fatigue, irreversible death of light-sensitive cells, maculopathy and cataract, but also inhibits the secretion of melatonin and causes sleep disturbances. However, computers have long been a necessary tool in the modern workplace, and have created a whole bunch of people who have to spend a lot of time in front of a computer every day.

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