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[v4.0, v3.6] EasyUEFI – EFI boot option & system partition manager and boot issue fixer

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UEFI is unknown for most PC users, to fully understand it, you can use Google. Or you can also simply see it as a substitute of BIOS, which is much more advanced than the latter. However, the appearance of this new thing has brought many new problems to “Windows + Linux” dual systems. Fortunately, EasyUEFI can help us.

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[v5.2, v4.4] TexturePacker – Create sprite sheets for your games or websites

Making multiple small images spliced into a large one (sprites sheet), for game development, this can save the storage space and loaded memory that texture images require in game; for web design, this (CSS sprites) can greatly reduce the images loading frequency and time, so as to make web pages load faster. If you want to use Photoshop to do this, that’s too stupid and inefficient. Or if you gave Zwoptex up, then it’s time to turn to this TexturePacker from Germany.

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WinUpdatesList – List all Windows Updates you have installed

The updates/patches released by Microsoft have two types: Hotfix and Service Pack. Hotfix is a special solution that Microsoft releases for a specific system vulnerability or security issue, which comes with strict naming, frequent release and large quantity; Service Pack is a large collection of Hotfixes, which contains all Hotfixes released before its release date. If you want to know what patches installed in your Windows, there are two ways:

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