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[v6.4.3] JoyToKey – Use joystick to emulate keyboard & mouse inputs

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JoyToKey (AKA: Joy2Key) is a keyboard/mouse-to-game controllers (i.e.: joystick/joypad) input emulating/mapping tiny app from Japan. With this tool’s help, we can operate many Windows software (especially play all kinds of online/offline games that originally does not support gamepad control at all) using our favorite game handles in hand.

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Take Off – The Flight Simulator portable full versions

Take Off – The Flight Simulator is a realistic, first-person flight simulating game more than a real flight simulator (in fact, it’s actually a game ported from mobile platform to PC). At this point, we can directly predict from two aspects before starting to play it: 1) its official website has the word “mobile” in its homepage address; 2) the size of its game content after compression is just bigger than 500 MB. It’s developed by Jujubee S.A. and published by astragon Entertainment from Germany in 2017.

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Deltaplan Simulator – Experience delta wing paragliding on your computer

Gliding exercise belongs to the category of extreme sports all the time. Because it has a certain risk, most of us dare not or have no opportunity to try it in real life. But a game in our computer won’t bring us trouble like this. Deltaplan Simulator this game lets you experience the exciting paragliding exercise on your computer in a very realistic way.

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Microsoft WorldWide Telescope – Microsoft’s free and open-source space telescope project

Microsoft WorldWide Telescope (WWT for short) is a free and open-source virtual, visualized digital planetarium project (including application, data and cloud services) for both web browser (based on HTML5 and WebGL) and Windows desktop. It was originally created by Microsoft Research in 2002, and is now managed by the American Astronomical Society, and supported by grants from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and National Science Foundation.

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ImDisk – Virtual disk driver and RAM disk creator

By modifying the environment variables of system or software to save a variety of commonly used temporary folders (Temp, IE Cache, Download folder, for example) to the virtual hard disk (RAM drive), we can effectively improve the file reading/writing speed and software running speed. And in fact, it can also reduce the reading/writing times of physical disk so as to prolong its service life to some extent.

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QEMU – Complete, independent and fast processor simulator

QEMU (short for Quick Emulator) is a free and open-source processor emulator widely used on GNU/Linux platform, written by Fabrice Bellard from France. It primarily converts the binary code written for a specific processor to another through a special ‘recompiler’, so as to realize the OS virtualization.

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[v2015.01.01] Xpadder – Use gamepad to simulate keyboard & mouse

Xpadder is a tool utilizing game controller to simulate keyboard keystrokes and mouse movements & button actions, its basic functions are similar to JoyToKey. Although just a tiny app with file size less than 1 MB, its advanced features are extremely powerful.

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