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XPize is a GUI enhancer which gives a complete makeover to Windows XP or Windows 2003. XPize tries to enhance the GUI in such a fashion that it gives the look Windows Vista. It makes use of task switcher XP to give that not so Aero experience but still better than the old ALT+Tab dull looking feature.


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XBMC is an award-winning free and open source (GPL) software media player and entertainment hub for digital media. XBMC is available for Linux, OSX, Windows, and the original Xbox.


 

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SwfModify software is useful tool for edit , rebuild flash file, and it's free. It’s different from other edit tools. You need no experience of flash design, all you should do is click mouse button. You can replace virtual item in .swf file, and save as another flash file.


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Ocster Backup Free is a great backup software that was designed from the start to work fully automatic. You simply specify what you want backed up and when and then the software takes care of the rest.


 

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Today you need to remember many passwords. You need a password for the Windows network logon, your e-mail account, your homepage's FTP password, online passwords (like website member account), etc. etc. etc. The list is endless.


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MonPwr by Caffinc is a  freeware that lets you turn off your Laptop or PC monitor with just a click of a button - and keep it turned off until you click the mouse or press the enter key/spacebar - without affecting any background processes. Save power and extend your monitor's life.


 

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MP3 Diags is a GUI-based application that allows end-users to identify issues with their MP3 files, fix some of the issues and make other changes, like adding track information. It also lets you "look inside" an MP3 file.

 

 

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Browser Chooser is a small tool acting as the default browser allowing you to choose what browser to open the link in. It gives you the flexibility to choose what browser to use for any given task. It is developed in VB.Net and geared towards Windows Vista and Windows 7.


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BrowserMaster is a free app that registers itself as your system’s default browser and gives you the option to select which browser to use when opening internet links. It applies to links clicked from outside a browser, such as desktop shortcuts, links in documents, links in IM and email apps, etc.


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Klogshow used to display the last few lines of a text files on your desktop.  It append new lines to the display as new lines are added.


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