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Hello Mario Engine – Anyone can make a Mario game as easy as 1-2-3

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Hello Mario Engine (formerly called Hello’s Mario Engine, Hello Engine) is a feature-packed, fully-documented, easy-to-use Super Mario game engine for GameMaker: Studio, developed by Hello Fangaming from MFGG (Mario Fan Games Galaxy) in 2007. It enables anyone to make a Mario game with ease. Even better, it’s free and open-source (under the new BSD License), which means you can make whatever you want with this engine, without any restrictions.

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Wings 3D – Powerful yet easy-to-use advanced subdivision modeler

To learn 3D modeling, most people will recommend 3ds Max and Maya these trump-level of 3D computer graphics software to you. But what I want to emphasize again here is – the best may not be the most suitable for you or the one that best meets your needs. For those who are interested in modeling but don’t have much time to learn modeling techniques systematically, it is unwise to choose them. This case, we need a simpler and more user-friendly modeling tool such like Wings 3D.

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Slic3r – Open-source and cross-platform 3D printing toolbox

Slic3r is a lightweight, free and open-source 3D printing & slicing software developed by Alessandro Ranellucci from Italy (written in C++). Its comes with powerful functions, yet is convenient and simple to use. As one of the most professional and one of the few 3D printing programs, Slic3r’s slicing speed is 100 times faster than the early Skeinforge, so it can definitely meet your high-tech 3D slicing needs.

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Driver Store Explorer – Deal with Microsoft’s Windows Driver Store in an easier way

The DriverStore folder (C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore) is used to store the third-party drivers for hardware by Windows. When you manually install a hardware driver, the corresponding driver files will be copied to this folder. When you uninstall this driver, the files should be removed too. However, if you just update a driver, then Windows will keep the old versions of this driver in case you encounter a problem and roll it back in the future. But the problem is that we almost never need to use those old drives.

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[v82.0, v80.0] Latest Portable versions of Google Chrome & Chromium

The research supported by real statistics indicates that, Chrome, its source Chromium and countless homologous varieties browsers have overwhelmingly occupied the market of web browsers. Although this is true and not always a good thing.

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Tampermonkey – A must-have addon that makes any browser omnipotent

Although various plug-ins can greatly expand the functionality and improve the usage experience of web browser, they do consume too many system resources, so that make your browser start and run slower and slower, even get stuck frequently. In other words, too many browser addons end up making the user experience worse! Based on this fact, something better than plugins – userscript emerged, and is becoming more and more popular now. Although it’s a little hard to get started and only suitable for advanced computer users, once you get used to it, you can’t leave it any more.

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Pale Moon – Firefox-derived web browser focusing on efficiency and customization

Pale Moon is a popular web browser that was derived from Mozilla Firefox and highly optimized. It was designed primarily to speed up Firefox. That’s to say, its running speed is much faster than Firefox, but they do operate exactly the same way. Don’t worry, it also provides a variety of builtin Firefox extensions, in order to make its user interface more beautiful, functions more powerful, and more suitable for beginners to use.

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